Carrie Evans Wilson is the co-chair of the Saxton & Stump Title IX Group, leading the group with one of her mentors, the Hon. Lawrence F. Stengel (Ret.). In her Title IX practice, Carrie conducts investigations and works with clients to devise strategies concerning their approach to current and evolving Title IX regulations. The Lancaster native has more than a decade of experience in and out of the courtroom, including conducting investigations for school districts, private schools, colleges and universities on issues including fraud, sexual misconduct, harassment and discrimination.
Prior to joining private practice, Carrie had extensive experience as a public defender, first for nearly four years at the Defender Association of Philadelphia, and then back in her hometown as an assistant public defender for the Lancaster County Office of the Public Defender. In her first position out of law school, Carrie clerked for Judge Stengel in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Carrie volunteers as a member of the board of directors for Wellspan Health’s East Region and as a member of the Small Claims Arbitration Panel in the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas. She earned her law degree at Cornell Law School and her magna cum laude undergraduate degree at Middlebury College.