Meet Our Attorneys
Attorney Julian Doby has more than 20-years experience in Personal Injury Law.
Attorney Bryan Ray is considered one of the top Family Law litigators in the Piedmont.
Both are experienced in Criminal Law, and actively represent clients in Alamance County.
Counsel - Criminal & Family Law
Bryan, a native of Alamance County, North Carolina graduated from Williams High School in 2005. After High School Bryan attended Coastal Carolina University, and The University of North Carolina at Greensboro where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. After receiving his undergraduate degree, Bryan attended the Elon University School of Law and graduated in 2013. While attending law school, Bryan began interning at the Law Office of Julian Doby. In 2016 he was named a partner and has remained at the firm ever since. Bryan has practiced primarily in the area of family law since beginning his practice in the fall of 2013. He routinely assists clients with their child custody, support, and divorce needs in Alamance County, and the surrounding areas.
Bryan has previously been a member of the Alamance County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council, is a current member of the Alamance County Board of Elections, and the Alamance County Teen Court Program. Bryan, his wife, and their two daughters attend Trailhead Church in Graham, where he and his wife teach Sunday school. In his free time Bryan enjoys golfing, skiing, and attending Carolina Panthers games.
Counsel - Personal Injury & Criminal Law
Julian M. Doby was born and raised in Alamance County, North Carolina. He graduated from Western Alamance High School, and enlisted in the NC Army National Guard where he served for 6 years. He graduated with a B. A. in PreLaw from Campbell University in 1995, and a Juris Doctor from Campbell University in 1998. Julian has focused in the areas of Personal Injury, Civil Litigation, Corporate Law and Criminal Defense.
He has served on various Boards including Burlington Housing Authority, Alamance County Transportation Authority, and Alamance County Planning Boards.
Julian enjoys flying his airplane in his spare time and as part of his law practice, his son Dylan attends Business School at UNC. Julian has a residence in Wilmington and also practices Law in New Hanover, Pender and Brunswick Counties as well as Alamance.
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