Micheal L. Littlejohn joined Parton and Associates as an Associate Attorney in 2017 practicing in the areas of Criminal Defense, Traffic and Commercial Litigation involving government entities.
Mr. Littlejohn graduated from the University of Mary Washington with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science before attending law school. During his time in law school Mr. Littlejohn received Dean’s List Honors, as well as a Pro Bono Distinction for his work with victims of Hurricane Katrina through the Mississippi Center for Justice, and his mentorship of Charlotte youth through Faith, Hope, and Love Mentoring. His community contributions led to his receipt of the John S. Leary Bar's Julius L. Chambers Scholarship for his dedication to serving the underserved. His extensive pro bono experience has given Mr. Littlejohn a passion for representing and defending the rights of those less fortunate, and has internalized within him a mission to help give a voice to the voiceless. In addition to his studies and pro bono work, Mr. Littlejohn was selected as Executive Editor of the Charlotte Intellectual Property Law Journal, and regularly contributed as a writer for the Charlotte Law Docket. Mr. Littlejohn began developing his passion for working with business owners during his time spent working as a student-attorney with the Entrepreneurship Clinic in Mecklenburg County. Mr. Littlejohn then expanded his commercial law experience working as an intern with the Charlotte Hornets.
Prior to joining Parton and Associates, Mr. Littlejohn developed his reputation as an unabating advocate throughout the State of North Carolina by representing large-scale businesses in real estate and contract litigation matters. He has appeared in court in nearly a quarter of North Carolina's 100 counties.
When he's not practicing law, Mr. Littlejohn enjoys playing basketball, traveling, and volunteering his personal time. Mr. Littlejohn was awarded the 2016 Cystic Fibrosis – Charlotte Chapter's STANDOUT Honoree Award, which recognizes the City’s most active and engaged professionals and philanthropists under the age of 40 for his work benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s work to develop means to control and cure cystic fibrosis.