Corri Hopkins represents corporations, health care providers, and individuals in complex corporate litigation. She is part of a team of experienced litigators who represent clients in state and federal court, arbitration, and before government agencies.
Prior to beginning her legal career, Corri worked in the film industry in New York City, where she negotiated location contracts and arranged filming logistics for many feature films and television episodes. During her film industry career, Corri worked closely with film crews, property managers, city agencies, and law enforcement.
Corri graduated magna cum laude from Wake Forest University School of Law. In law school, she served as the president of OUTLaw and the Environmental Law Society, and she worked as a teaching assistant for legal writing and administrative law classes. Also while in law school, she received a Master of Arts degree in sustainability from the Wake Forest University Graduate School. Corri received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Duke University.