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Katye M. Jobe

Katye M. Jobe


T (919) 755-8753
F (919) 838-3128

Katye Jobe is a member of the firm’s healthcare and real estate teams in the Raleigh office. Her practice focuses primarily on transactional and regulatory work.

Katye received her law degree from Wake Forest University School of Law, cum laude, where she served on the editorial staff of the Wake Forest Law Review. She earned her bachelor's degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Miami, where she was presented the Dean’s Award for Service to the Greek Community.

Katye is also a regular contributor for the Elements for Growth Blog,, which provides news, information, and resources about infrastructure and economic development in the Southeast.

In addition to her legal practice, Katye is an avid runner, recently completing the Raleigh City of Oaks Marathon.

  • Junior League of Raleigh
  • Leadership Raleigh Class 34
  • United Way Campaign, Firm Chair for Raleigh Office (2016)
  • Wake Forest University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2015
  • University of Miami, B.A., History, Political Science, and Religious Studies, magna cum laude, 2013
  • North Carolina, 2016
  • North Carolina Bar Association
    • Member
  • Wake County Bar Association
    • Member, Young Lawyers Division Membership Committee, Lawyers Read Program Volunteer
  • American Health Lawyers Association
    • Member
Academic Honors
  • Order of the Coif
  • Wake Forest Law Review, Editorial Staff
  • Wake Forest Moot Court, Member
  • CALI Award for highest class grade: Health and Medical Research for Lawyers (Summer I 2015), Constitutional Law II (Fall 2014), Civil Procedure (Fall 2013)

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