Jocelyne Riehl primarily focuses her practice on general civil litigation, including defense of automobile accident, premises liability and medical malpractice cases.
She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Mount Union in 2013 in her home state of Ohio with a degree in Criminal Justice and French. She then moved to Greensboro where she attended Elon University School of Law, graduating cum laude in 2016. While in law school, she was an active member of the Moot Court Board as well as the Mock Trial Bar. Jocelyne was the President of the Women's Law Association, Chair of the Student Mentor Program, and a research associate to Civil Procedure Professor, Catherine Dunham.
During law school, Jocelyne had the honor of clerking for the Honorable Richard Elmore at the North Carolina Court of Appeals and interning with the District Attorney’s Office in Alamance County. While in her third year at Elon Law, Jocelyne obtained her third-year practice certificate and successfully prosecuted six bench trials.
She began her litigation career as an associate at Randolph M. James, P.C. in Winston-Salem, where she gained considerable civil litigation experience, primarily in the areas of legal malpractice, employment and construction law. Her experience practicing as a plaintiff's attorney offers her a strategic advantage and fresh perspective to her work defending medical malpractice claims as part of the Walker Allen family.
Jocelyne is passionate about civil litigation and believes there is no substitute for good preparation. She strives to show each client that she has their best interests at heart and will uphold their trust and confidence in her abilities through zealous advocacy.
Outside of the office, Jocelyne continues her involvement with moot court and mock trial by volunteering her time as a judge for competitions. She has always had a passion for community service and volunteering. She is an Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity alumni, participating in pro-bono events such as 4All Statewide Service Day, and she volunteers at the Forsyth County Humane Society. In her spare time, Jocelyne loves engaging in martial arts. She is a first-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and practices mixed martial arts, including Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and kickboxing.