Aymie attended law school at North Carolina Central University School of Law, where she served as the Co- Vice Chair for the school's Moot Court team, was President of the Student Legal Animal Defense Fund, and a member of the Legal Honor Society, Phi Delta Phi. She also worked with NCCU's Pro Bono and Prosecution clinics before earning her Juris Doctorate in 2011.
Aymie opened her own general practice law firm in May, 2012, and practiced in an array of areas such as family law, criminal law, traffic law, housing law, and civil law. In October, 2012, Aymie began work on creating the first Veteran's Court in North Carolina, which became operational in November, 2013 and continues to operate to this day. After creating the Veteran's Court, Aymie contracted with a local non-profit organization to provide legal assistance to homeless veterans. She closed her firm in 2016 to join a Worker's Compensation defense firm and transitioned to Triangle Law Group in 2020.
Aymie is a member of the American and Wake County Bar Associations. In her free time, Aymie spends time at home with her husband and three cats and volunteers with her church. She is also working towards completing her fifth marathon in November, 2020.
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