Deborah F. Maury, Attorney
Deborah F. Maury, Attorney At Law, North Carolina Board Certified Social Security Specialist.
Deborah Maury attended University of Delaware, graduating magna cum laude in 1972. She graduated from University of Maryland School of Law in 1975. She is admitted to the bars of North Carolina and Maryland, having practiced in North Carolina since 1982. She is admitted to practice before the United States Court, Middle District of North Carolina, Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, and North Carolina state courts.
Since the mid-1980's Deborah has maintained a private practice emphasizing Social Security disability law. She has represented claimants at all administrative levels and in the federal court system. She belongs to the National Organization of Social Security Representatives and the North Carolina Advocates for Justice (NCAJ), Disability Advocacy Section. She is a charter and continuing member of the North Carolina State Bar Social Security Specialization Section, and was Chairman of the Appeals Committee in 2007. She is a former Membership Director of the Social Security Section of the Academy of Trial Lawyers (now NCJA). She has given presentations on topics related to Social Security law to various legal and non-legal groups throughout her practice.
Deborah is married to Michael Curtis, a professor of law at Wake Forest School of Law. Their son, Matthew Curtis-Maury, received a Ph.D. from Virginia Tech in 2007, and is currently employed with NetApp in Raleigh as a computer engineer. New daughter-in-law Jennifer (Hines) Curtis-Maury, also with NetApp currently, met Matthew in the William & Mary M.A. program in computer science . Deborah's interests include horseback riding and reading.
|Education:||University of Delaware B.A.|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court Middle District of North Carolina 1988|
U.S. Court of Appeals 4th Circuit 1988
North Carolina 1982
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