Toniann Primiano

Toniann Primiano

Location:
Charlotte, North Carolina
Phone:
704-269-4223
Fax:
704-549-1969
Email:
Toniann Primiano was born in Staten Island, New York. She attended Regis University, in Denver, Colorado, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in Communications. Mrs. Primiano graduated from University of New Hampshire School of Law.  Mrs. Primiano was the first female to graduate in the dual degree J.D. / L.L.M. program in Intellectual Property, Commerce and Technology.  During her attendance at University of New Hampshire, Mrs. Primiano participated in the Criminal and Commercial Clinical Law Programs. Participation in these two clinics allowed her to provide legal representation to indigent clients.  Mrs. Primiano also participated with The New England Innocence Project and edited The Germenhausen Magazine. Mrs. Primiano was an Adjunct Professor for Moot Court at North Carolina Central University School of Law. During the 2013-2014 year, Mrs. Primiano served as Chair of Lawyer Referral Services. As a result of her extensive legal practice, colleagues voted Mrs. Primiano as part of the Legal Elite in North Carolina, four years in a row.

Currently, Mrs. Primiano lives in Huntersville with her husband and two-year-old son. She spent years in Huntersville as a small business owner until recently moving her practice (Primiano Law, PA) to a larger office in Charlotte.  Mrs. Primiano is a private attorney for the Mecklenburg County Indigent Defense Services, and also works as a private attorney for the Mecklenburg County Special Proceedings Court, which involves handling competency issues. She is a volunteer attorney for Council for Children’s Rights. Currently, Mrs. Primiano is licensed to practice law in North Carolina and Massachusetts. She is a member of the Mecklenburg County Bar and the North Carolina Bar Association. In order to encourage law students with their studies, Mrs. Primiano also is an Adjunct Professor at Charlotte School of Law.