Mike was born and raised in Alexandria, Virginia. Mike received his undergraduate degree from the University of South Carolina in 1990. He returned home to earn his Master’s degree from George Mason University in 1993. Mike later attended the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University, earning his J.D. in 1998. Mike was admitted to the North Carolina State Bar in 1998.
Mike worked for three years with the firm of Battle, Winslow, Scott & Wiley, P.A. in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Mike moved to the Outer Banks in 2001 and established his own firm in 2004, starting what is now Casey & Robbins, PC.
Mike is a member of the NC State Bar, the First Judicial District Bar and the Dare County Bar. He is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Middle and Western Districts of North Carolina.
The focus of Mike’s practice is on real property, including residential and commercial transactions and planned unit and condominium development. Mike also has extensive experience with homeowners’ association representation and small business formation matters.
Mike and his family live in Manteo and are active participants in the community including past membership in the Manteo Rotary Club where he served as Treasurer and as a member of the board for Dare County Babe Ruth youth baseball. Mike is a past member of the local advisory board for BB&T and currently serves on the local advisory board for Southern Bank & Trust Company.
Elizabeth was born and raised in Alexandria, Louisiana. She received her B.A. in Economics with a minor in French from Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Virginia. Elizabeth received her J.D. from Samford University located in Birmingham, Alabama. Elizabeth was admitted to the Alabama State Bar in August, 1998; however, currently she is on “inactive status”. In 2002, Elizabeth was admitted to the North Carolina State Bar.
Elizabeth's early legal employment experience focused on public policy. While living in Washington, D.C., she served as Legislative Counsel for a Member of Congress then became a lobbyist for a human resources trade association, focusing on employment legislation and regulation. Upon moving to Raleigh, North Carolina she was admitted to the North Carolina State Bar in August 2002 and served as General Counsel for a trade association representing North Carolina long term care facilities' owners and operators. In December 2004, Elizabeth and her husband, John and their daughter settled on Roanoke Island. John is a native son of Roanoke Island and the couple was happy to return to Dare County.
From 2004-2011, Elizabeth enjoyed staying at home with her daughter and volunteering in her community. Elizabeth served in various positions at St. Andrew's By-the-Sea Episcopal Church, including as a Vestry Member and elected as a Junior Warden. She is a past board member of OBX Mommy and Me, an inaugural member of The Elizabethan Gardens' Family Focus Group, board member of Manteo Elementary School PTO, and former “judge” for the Dare County Teen Court program.
In 2012, Elizabeth joined the law firm of Kellogg & Evans, P.A. in Manteo, North Carolina. where she practiced general civil law until she joined with Michael Casey to form Casey & Robbins, PC in August 2013.
Elizabeth enjoys serving the members of the community to which she now belongs. Her practice areas include contract and real property matters, community association law, business law, estate planning, probate, collection, and Social Security disability. Elizabeth is a member of the North Carolina State Bar, the North Carolina Bar Association, the First Judicial District Bar and the Dare County Bar.
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