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Michelle L. Frazier

Governmental Affairs Advisor

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  • (F) 919.890.4553
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Overview

Michelle Frazier is a government relations attorney representing clients before the legislative and executive branches. Clients benefit from Michelle’s previous experience working at a regional firm, where she had a robust lobbying practice representing numerous clients in small and large industries. In addition, Michelle previously worked at the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA) serving as Assistant Executive Director, which included the supervision of the NCBA's Office of Governmental Affairs. She joined the NCBA in March 2001 as Director of Governmental Affairs and was responsible for administering the legislative program as well as serving as the Association’s lobbyist for the legislative, executive, and federal branches. Michelle is a registered North Carolina Lobbyist.

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Education

University of North Carolina School of Law, J.D., 1996

Wake Forest University, B.A., 1992

Bar Admissions

North Carolina

Civic & Professional Memberships
  • Board of Directors, Carolina Horse Park Foundation
  • UNC Law Alumni Board of Directors
  • North Carolina Bar Association, Legislative Advisory Committee
  • North Carolina Professional Lobbyists Association
  • Wake County Bar Association
Recognitions
  • Triangle Business Journal's "Women in Business" award (2017)
  • Business North Carolina's Legal Elite, Young Guns (2009)
  • North Carolina Super Lawyers, Rising Stars Edition, Government Relations (2009, 2010)

Outside of Nexsen Pruet, Michelle’s love of horses is evident. When she’s not lobbying for her clients at the NC General Assembly, Michelle rescues racetrack horses and trains them to become performance horses. She and her rescues compete regularly in three-day eventing (commonly known as equestrian triathlons). Three-day eventing includes dressage, cross-country, and show jumping. A recent big accomplishment for her was earning a 2017 US Horse of the Year award for her rescue horse named Personal Privilege.  Her current mount is a former racehorse named Raucous Caucus.

Michelle lives in Raleigh with her husband, Steve Petersen, and two rescue dogs, Blossom and Chester.

Michelle Frazier, Attorney, LobbyistMichelle Frazier horse competition