Pardis Camarda Moreland
Pardis Camarda Moreland is an Attorney with extensive litigation experience. She began her legal career in New York where she initially handled real estate litigation and then represented a major insurer and its insureds in civil litigation matters.
As any old military love story goes, following her now husband’s Orders, Pardis moved to North Carolina where she litigated maritime matters and other highly contentious torts cases in both North Carolina state and federal courts, as well as state and federal courts in several other states for several years.
Pardis received her Bachelor of Arts from Stony Brook University with a double-major in Political Science and Sociology and a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies. Pardis attended St. John’s University School of Law on a merit-based St. Thomas Moore Scholarship and graduated as part of the first class of the Pro Bono Scholars in the State of New York. She dedicated her time at law school to the Consumer Justice for the Elderly: Litigation Program, where she represented low-income elderly clients in consumer litigation matters.
Pardis continues her commitment to helping the community and has been an annual co-chair of the North Carolina Bar Foundation’s 4ALL Service Day program in Wilmington, NC since her arrival in North Carolina.
Pardis is admitted to practice law in the North Carolina state and federal courts, as well as New York state courts.
Pardis prides herself on being a zealous advocate for her clients and a passionate legal practitioner. In her spare time, Pardis enjoys the Eastern Carolina weather with her family and three dogs.