Lee A. Rodio is an associate working in litigation as a member of the Personal Injury Practice Group. He was admitted to the North Carolina State Bar in 2023, belonging to the 16th Judicial District Bar and the Wake and Durham County Bar Associations.
Prior to graduating law school and joining Howard Stallings, Lee compiled a wide range of professional experience that included assisting at a general practice firm in Durham, North Carolina, interning with the UNC School of Law Juvenile Justice clinic to help compile applications to the North Carolina Governor’s Juvenile Sentence Review Board, serving as a summer clerk in the North Carolina House of Representatives in 2018, 2019, and 2021, and work on Capitol Hill as a Congressional Intern.
Lee graduated from Duke University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Policy and History in 2020, and from the University of North Carolina School of Law in 2023. While at Duke, Lee completed a term in the Student Government Senate serving on the Durham and Regional Affairs Committee, was active in the Duke Wesley Fellowship and “Speak of the Devil” Acapella Group, and was a four-year member of the football team. In law school, he served two years on the leadership team of the UNC Chapter of the American Constitution Society, chaired the McIntyre-Whichard Legal Fellows Program, and served one term in the UNC Graduate and Professional Student Government Senate representing the Law School.
Lee currently maintains seats on the boards of directors of various charitable, civic, and ecumenical organizations, including the North Carolina Chapter of the Methodist Federation for Social Action, the Divine Hearts Foundation, and the North Carolina United Methodist Camp and Retreat Ministries, Inc.
Lee is a life-long resident of Durham, North Carolina. He is a member of the United Methodist Church, where he currently serves as a Lay Delegate to the Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference representing North Carolina and a Lay Delegate to the North Carolina Annual Conference. In his local church he has served in several capacities including seats on the Administrative and Staff-Parish relations committees, liturgical worship leadership, and vocal and instrumental music ministries. He also chairs his local voting precinct and has a robust record of involvement in civic and political life throughout central and eastern North Carolina.
- Duke University (B.A., 2020)
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (J.D., 2023)
- Personal Injury