Charlotte Loper represents individuals and businesses in class actions and complex litigation involving consumer protection, general commercial issues, and securities fraud.
Her casework includes litigating on behalf of a class of more than a million tax return preparers who allege the IRS charged unauthorized user fees for the issuance and renewal of preparer tax identification numbers (Steele v. United States, Case No. 1:14-cv-1523-RCL). She also represents patients who allege their insurance provider engaged in a fraudulent scheme to overcharge for needed medical services and products while knowingly pocketing the difference.
Charlotte previously worked as an intern for South Carolina’s 14th Circuit Solicitor’s Office, assisting with trials and motions in General Sessions and Magistrate Court. While completing her legal studies, she worked as a research assistant for Wake Forest law professor Kami Chavis on topics including the intersection of technology and law, and racial bias in jury selection.
Charlotte served as the Executive Articles Editor for the Wake Forest Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law and was a member of Moot Court, in addition to being a CALI Award recipient, and winner of the Dean Reynolds Award of Excellence, among other honors and recognitions.
J.D. cum laude, Wake Forest School of Law, 2019
B.A. magna cum laude, University of South Carolina, 2016
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
American Bar Association
South Carolina Bar Association
Charleston County Bar Association