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Attorney Barbara Silver-Clark is licensed to practice law in the states of New York, North Carolina, and Ohio. She attributes her success and growth partially to her mentor relationship with seasoned and supportive attorneys such as Mildred Hardy, who practices in Alamance County. They met in 1987, which was Barbara’s first year of law school at North Carolina Central University. Attorney Hardy has been and continues to be supportive, encouraging, and extremely knowledgeable in North Carolina law and has helped to shape Barbara Silver-Clark's style and strategies as a professional and honorable attorney at law.
Ten years after honing her craft, Silver-Clark opened her own practice, the B Silver Law Group (BSLG) in Charlotte, North Carolina. In 2010, BSLG relocated to Burlington, North Carolina. Attorney Barbara Silver-Clark returned to the area to care for her mother who had been diagnosed with brain cancer. Her mother’s illness and subsequent death has driven Barbar's passion to be the best that she can be, renewing her commitment to protecting the rights of her clients and community.
Attorney Barbara Silver-Clark is the proud mother of two sons, Tyler and Jordan, and is married to a wonderfullly loving and supportive husband, Stephen. She is a graduate of North Carolina A&T State University (Aggie Pride!) where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree. At the urging of her mother and Professor Sallie Ann Ferguson, she attended Law School at North Carolina Central University and received her Juris Doctor degree. Following her graduation in 1990, she was licensed to practice law by the State of New York. In 1995, after returning home to Sedalia, North Carolina, she was licensed to practice law by the state of North Carolina and appointed General Counsel of the United Pentecostal Churches of Christ. This is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, where she is also licensed to practice law by the state of Ohio.
Attorney Barbara Silver-Clark is a volunteer for Alamance Habitat for Humanity and serves on the family selection committee for affordable housing. She has been a volunteer at Elon University Law School as a judge for mock trial presentations. She is a member of the North Carolina State Bar Association and volunteers at various outreach legal clinics, including Wills for Heroes in Mecklenburg County and Ask a Lawyer day. She volunteers to speak at neighborhood high schools, and participates monthly in feeding the homeless ministries and clothing drives in both Greensboro and Burlington.