Sinclaire Owen is a Raleigh native with extensive ties to the community.
She attended Meredith College where she received her a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Political Science. While at Meredith, she was a member of the Varsity Cross Country Team and served as an intern and legislative assistant in the North Carolina Senate.
A recipient of the Cheshire Schneider Advocacy Scholarship, Sinclaire is currently a third-year law student at The Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University. While in law school she interned with estate and business planning law firms and discovered that her passions for excellence, a good challenge, and helping others are realized in estate and business planning. Whether working on a family’s estate and trust plan details or drafting business documents she takes great pride in being a part of the processes that obtain the best outcomes for clients.
Sinclaire’s passions extend far beyond law. She greatly enjoys the arts and being physically active. A strong proponent of Raleigh’s growing art scene, she serves on the Raleigh Convention Center and Performing Arts Center Commission. You might see Sinclaire singing the national anthem at a Durham Bulls game or caroling at the State’s Capitol Rotunda during the holidays. When out of school and the office, she is most likely at the YMCA or out on a run.