Attorney Information

Jonathan Strange was born in raised just outside of Baton Rouge, LA. He moved to North Carolina in 2001 to work as an educator in Wake County. Following law school, he relocated to Fayetteville to pursue his legal career.

Mr. Strange has a broad range of knowledge and interests, making him uniquely qualified to represent his clients. His diverse experience allows him to develop unique arguments concerning a variety of situations.


Campbell University
Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law

While at Campbell University, Mr. Strange received numerous honors and awards. As a member of the Campbell Law Review he served as a staff member in 2007 and as Technology Editor in 2008. He was a three time recipient of the Lucille Lawrence Ellis Law Scholarship and also served as a Teaching Scholar. He was elected to the honor court three times, as Justice in 2005 and 2006, and as Chief Justice in 2007. Additionally he was inducted into the Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society. He also worked as a staff writer on the Campbell Law Observer in 2006 and 2007 as a member of the Judicial Branch division.

Louisiana State University
B.S.,Secondary Education; Minor: History (2000)

While at LSU, Mr. Strange was named an Exemplary Student Teacher in 2000. He was also inducted into Kappa Delta Epsilon, National Education Honor Society and Phi Alpha Theta, National History Honor Society. While in school he worked as a Youth and Children's Minister, and as a Lab Assistant and Network Administrator in the Chemistry Department.

Louisiana School for Math Science and the Arts
Math and Science Focus (1994)

During his studies at LSMSA, Mr. Strange received a number of honors. He was a member of the National Honor Society, the Chemistry Society, the Physics Society, the Computer Science Team (ranked 4th in the State, 1994) and a member of the Special Math Topics group, conducting research into Chaotic Dynamical Theory and Computer Simulation.