Company: Leone Noble & Seate, LLP
Location: Raleigh, N.C.
Currently celebrating 19 years as a dedicated attorney, Jennifer Seate chose her profession because of her compassion for those seeking legal assistance and hoping to avoid bureaucratic injustice. She co-founded her firm, Leone Noble & Seate, in 2006 and continues to encourage an environment of honesty and teamwork through her work as a partner. Drawing upon a background in insurance, Ms. Seate brings experience and expertise to practice areas such as injury and auto accidents. She considers her greatest strengths to be her compassion, integrity, self-assurance and trustworthiness, believing that care and kindness result in the best possible product.
Before starting college, Ms. Seate went on an exchange trip to Spain, where her world view shifted considerably and she developed compassion for those not native to her country. Inspired by her experiences to pursue humane goals, she went on to earn a Juris Doctor from Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University and a Bachelor of Arts in international relations and Spanish from Campbell University. Before joining Beth Leone and starting her current firm, Ms. Seate worked for five years as a legal claims adjuster for Allstate and another five years as an attorney for Hardison and Leone. She feels that the work ethic taught to her as a child contributed significantly to her occupational success, and would like to be remembered for her compassionate values, genuine client services and sincere trustworthiness.
Ms. Seate believes that teamwork is the foundation of her firm, stating that every worker’s job is essential to the final outcome of each individual case. Highly involved in the legal community, she is a member of the Wake County Bar Association, North Carolina Bar Association, North Carolina Advocates for Justice, Wake Women Attorneys, the 10th Judicial District Bar Association and Delta Theta Phi. Ms. Seate has acquired significant knowledge in her field and has been a speaker at several educational seminars. She currently lives with her husband, her two children, and their pets. In her free time, Ms. Seate enjoys cooking and bowling.