Anderson Shackelford focuses his practice on advising hospitals, surgery centers, home health and hospice providers, skilled nursing facilities (SNFs), assisted living facilities (ALFs), psychiatric/behavioral health providers and physician groups in Certificate of Need (CON) matters. His experience in the CON arena includes strategic advice regarding CON applications, as well as mediations, depositions, all phases of discovery, hearings, defense of CON approvals, appellate matters, and progress reports.

Anderson Shackelford focuses his practice on advising hospitals, surgery centers, home health and hospice providers, skilled nursing facilities (SNFs), assisted living facilities (ALFs), psychiatric/behavioral health providers and physician groups in Certificate of Need (CON) matters. His experience in the CON arena includes strategic advice regarding CON applications, as well as mediations, depositions, all phases of discovery, hearings, defense of CON approvals, appellate matters, and progress reports.

He also provides regulatory advice on CON issues, including no-review letters, requests for determinations of material compliance and declaratory rulings. In addition, Anderson has experience in entity formation and structuring, facility licensure and compliance matters. Anderson serves on the Communications Committee of the North Carolina Bar Association's Health Law Section.

Active in the community, he volunteers with several organizations, including Stop Hunger Now, the Good Shepherd House and Nourish NC.

Anderson earned his Juris Doctor degree from Campbell University’s Norman A. Wiggins School of Law, where he was a member of the Campbell Law Review. During law school, he worked as a judicial extern for the Honorable Ann Marie Calabria at the Court of Appeals. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.