Charlotte McCray graduated summa cum laude from Michigan State University College of Law, which she attended on a full tuition King-Faculty Scholarship. While there, she served as Animal Notes Editor of the Journal of Animal and Natural Resource Law and as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Business and Security Law. She also served as Treasurer of the MSU Law Chapter of the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund and as a teaching assistant in first year Property (a position offered to the top two students in each class). After her first year of law school, Charlotte externed at the Ingham County Probate Court where she reviewed guardianships and conservatorships and acted as a guardian ad litem. She was hired as a Temporary Deputy Probate Register/Mail Clerk at the end of her externship.
Charlotte began working for McCray Law Office in 2013, took time off for school, then returned after the Bar Exam. She was licensed in
May 2018 and has focused her practice on representing property owners in insurance litigation. Charlotte also volunteers for Attorneys for Animals where she has helped to research and provide input for proposed legislation.