Morris F. McAdoo graduated from the North Carolina Central University’s School of Business with a Bachelors of Business Administration in 2000
and worked for two years in Benefits Administration for a Major Big Four Accounting firm, before he obtained his law degree from the Delaware Law School in Wilmington, Delaware.
Morris began his legal career as an Assistant District Attorney in Forsyth County, often prosecuting cases on behalf of special needs victims. For the past eleven years, Morris has dedicated his practice to trial litigation dedicating a considerate part to seniors and persons with disabilities. Morris has previously lectured certified legal education courses in the area of Medicaid appeals, guardianship issues, and Administrative Law litigation.
Morris currently serves as a Co-Director of the John S, Leary Association of Black Attorneys in Mecklenburg County (2017 and 2019), as a Board Member of the North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers, and as a founding Board Member of the PSF Foundation, which facilitates the Sugar Creek 21st Century Community Learning Center in North Charlotte. Morris has also served on the Privatization and Competition Advisory Board for the City of Charlotte. Morris and his wife Nia, have one son, Morrison. They reside in the University area of Charlotte.
Kenneth received a law degree from North Carolina Central University School of Law in 2000. While, attending NCCU School of Law, Kenneth served as the President of the Black Law Students Association. In addition, he established the Law School's chapter of National Association of Black Lawyers and served as the Chapter's first president.