Candace Elliott Brown has been a paralegal since October 2007. A graduate of Sun Valley High School, she was born and raised in Indian Trail, NC. She attended UNC-Charlotte and was previously employed with the Rowan-Salisbury School System. She serves as paralegal primarily overseeing the criminal law cases at Davis & Davis.
Candace enjoys the challenge of paralegal work and notes that the law is constantly evolving, requiring her to stay informed and educated. She knows that this challenge is more than an exercise: the quality of the work she does affects the lives of real people, and she is motivated to help the firm's attorneys get the results their clients need. One of her most rewarding career experiences came when a client, whose charges were dismissed thanks in large part to Candace's months of research, went on to graduate college and successfully move forward with his life. He told her at the conclusion of his case that she "saved his life." Candace strives to help give every client the help they need to get the second chance they deserve.
When not working, Candace is active in her church, serves on the board of directors for the Brown-Fisher Historical Association, and spending time with her husband Ben and children, Berkley and Brooks.