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Associate
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P: (336) 478-1156
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Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
B.S., Cum Laude
2002
Elon University
J.D.
2015

Christopher W. Genheimer Printer-Friendly

Chris Genheimer is a member of the Carruthers & Roth business, tax and estate planning practice where he works with individuals, families, businesses and entrepreneurs. He focuses on helping clients with all aspects of forming, operating and transitioning family owned and closely held businesses, with an emphasis on healthcare practices and new startups.

Before turning to law, Chris worked in research, product development and project management in the biotech industry. He has authored dozens of scientific journal articles and book chapters and is a co-inventor of two patented biotech developments.

While in law school, Chris externed with the Triad Area Inception Micro Angel Fund (IMAF) where he helped startups and entrepreneurs navigate the complex field of private equity transactions, due diligence, and securities regulation. Chris also represented Triad area clients with their estate planning while working as a student attorney in Elon Law’s Wills Clinic.

Bar and Court Admissions

  • North Carolina, 2015

Professional Memberships and Activities

  • Greensboro Society of Financial Service Professionals, Member
  • Greensboro Bar Association
  • North Carolina Bar Association
  • American Bar Association

Awards and Recognitions

  • North Carolina Bar Association Pro Bono Service Award
  • Elon Law McMichael Law & Leadership Fellow
  • Elon Law Review, Online Editor
  • Elon Law Wills Clinic, Outstanding Performance Award

Community Service

  • AARP Tax Aide Program, Volunteer Tax Preparer
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