Jonathan G. Kreider


Mr. Kreider joined the firm in 2012. He attended law school at Wake Forest University after receiving his undergraduate degree in History and Political Science with a minor in Religious Studies.

Mr. Kreider has maintained a penchant for trial advocacy throughout his career.

While at Wake Forest, he was the captain of the AAJ Trial Team, and was named to the Order of the Barristers recognizing his high honors in the art of courtroom advocacy. Mr. Kreider has also been a guest lecturer for both the trial teams and for trial advocacy courses at Wake Forest University School of Law.

Mr. Kreider has tried and won a large majority of his trials and has practiced in Federal and State courts throughout North Carolina including the North Carolina Court of Appeals. He has also contributed to briefs to the Supreme Court of the United States.

Mr. Kreider gives back to the community through pro bono work and volunteering his legal services. He currently serves as the Co-Chair for the Project Grace committee where he leads teams of attorneys to draft living wills and health care powers of attorney for the less fortunate.

Mr. Kreider lives in Greensboro. He is a devotee of Wake Forest sports, boating, and traveling to destinations throughout the state and abroad.


  • Wake Forest University School of Law, Winston-Salem, North Carolina J.D. Honors: Order of the Barristers
  • Muhlenberg College B.A. (Magna Cum Laude) Honors: Phi Beta Kappa Major: History and Political Science
  • Bar Admission: North Carolina, 2008

Direct: (336) 482-3848


Assistant: Rachel Wilcox

Direct: (336) 482-3848


Practice Areas

Criminal Law

Pro Bono Activities

Project Grace

Professional Associations

Trial Advocacy Courses-
Guest Lecturer, Wake Forest