Dominique Caldwell represents clients in labor and employment, and commercial business disputes.
Before joining O’Hagan Meyer, she served as a prosecutor and fierce advocate in North Carolina’s 26th and 22nd Prosecutorial Districts, specializing in crimes of violence and sexual assault. Her extensive litigation practice includes trying over one hundred complex criminal cases to verdict, first chairing numerous jury trials, and assisting in the training of new litigators. She also served as President of the local chapter of the National Black Prosecutor’s Association.
Dominique earned her J.D. from Wake Forest University School of Law where she externed for the Honorable Elizabeth T. Trosch, Mecklenburg County Chief District Court Judge. She also served as a student attorney representing clients in civil domestic violence court, and helped develop business strategies for small and medium-sized Nicaraguan businesses seeking to enter the U.S. market.