Keisha Murray, ESQ.

Keisha Murray is a dedicated employment law attorney who advocates for employees in state and federal courts, including before state agencies like the EEOC. With proficiency across all phases of litigation, Keisha has experience handling a broad range of employment issues, including Title VII discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation, and more. Bolstering her experience, she earned an Employment Law Certificate from Cornell University, demonstrating her commitment to excellence in the field. Keisha’s passion for employment law extends beyond client representation, as she actively contributes as a moderator on panels discussing various employment-related topics.

During law school, she made Dean’s List, served as an article editor for the Resolved: Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution, and her Note on the future of employment arbitration was published. Her scholarly work showcases her insightful analysis and forward-thinking approach to legal issues.

Active in the legal community, Keisha serves as the Co-Chair of the Mecklenburg County Bar Pipeline Programming Sub-committee and she is a committee member of the North Carolina Bar Association Labor & Employment Law CLE committee. 

Before joining Van Kampen Law, she was a commercial litigator at an AmLaw 100 Firm and served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Alison Renee Lee in South Carolina’s Fifth Judicial Circuit. Beyond her professional endeavors, Keisha is deeply committed to serving her community through volunteering initiatives. In her leisure time, she enjoys exploring new culinary experiences at restaurants and embarking on enriching travel adventures.

Licensed in North Carolina & SOuth Carolina


Charleston School of Law (J.D., 2019)

  • Dean’s List
  • Articles Editor, Resolved: Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution

College of Charleston (B.A. Political Science & Communication Studies, 2012)


South Carolina
North Carolina
U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina


“Northern Kentucky Area Development District v. Snyder: The Future of Arbitration Agreements,” Resolved: Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution, vol. VII, Issue 2, Hein Online


Mecklenburg County Bar Association

  • Pipeline Programming Sub-Committee, Co-Chair 2024 – present
    • Committee member 2021 – present  
  • Diversity & Inclusion Committee 2023 – present 

North Carolina Bar Association

  • Labor & Employment Law CLE Planning Committee 2023 – present 

North Carolina Advocates for Justice, Member

South Carolina Bar Association, Member