Jeriel A. Thomas


Working on Rogers Townsend’s mortgage banking and creditor services team, Jeriel represents servicers and lenders on matters of creditors’ rights and consumer and commercial debt recovery.

After graduating from Clemson University with studies in philosophy and business administration, Jeriel earned her law degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Upon graduation, Jeriel returned to Clemson where she earned a Master’s degree in Business Administration.

Active in the community, Jeriel serves as a member of the South Carolina Bankers Association, the South Carolina Bar Young Lawyers Division, and the South Carolina Women Lawyers Association.

  • South Carolina, 2013
  • North Carolina, 2018

North Carolina Central University School of Law – Lunch & Learn; Organizer and Speaking Panel, October 2019

North Carolina: Young Lawyers Division – LEGAL LINK Program – Speaking Panel, 2019

  • North Carolina Bankers Association
    • Young Lawyers Division
  • South Carolina Bankers Association
    • Young Lawyers Division
  • National Conference of Black Lawyers
    • North Carolina Chapter
  • National Bar Association
    • Commercial Law Section
  • National Creditors Bar Association
  • Greenville County Bar Association
  • Wake County Bar Association

“10 Practical Tips for Remote Video Hearings and Trials,” JD Supra, September 2020

Seminar: Business Formation and Tax Consequences, Maranatha Baptist Church, March 2016