Education & Admissions

  • Master of Laws in Real Property Development, University of Miami School of Law, L.L.M. (2010)
  • West Virginia University College of Law, J.D. (2009)
  • Political Science, North Carolina State University, B.A. (2005)
  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina

Activities

  • North Carolina Bar Association
  • Mecklenburg County Bar Association
  • Legal Aid of North Carolina: Volunteer attorney (2012-present)
  • North Carolina Community Associations Institute
  • Kannapolis Business Alliance: Vice President and Director (2014-2015)
  • South Carolina State Bar Association: Community Association Law Committee (2014-present)

Resources


CarolinaCommonElements.com is the blog for our Community Association Practice Group. It includes all of the “Association Answers” columns we have published in the Charlotte Observer and the Raleigh News & Observer since 2012. Also included are guest columns written by other attorneys and HOA professionals, industry announcements, updates on important legislation and case law developments, and lots of other information useful for HOA boards, managers, and homeowners. There’s even a humorous War Stories section. By subscribing to the blog, you will receive an email whenever we post something new to the blog, which is typically no more than twice per month. Your email address will not be sold or shared.

 

Posts

"North Carolina Appellate Court Renders More Opinions Extinguishing Restrictive Covenants More Than 30 Years Old"

We blogged about C Investments 2 v. Auger, a potentially impactful case for older communities, two weeks ago.  The North…

"Solar Panel Restrictions: The Court Of Appeals Illuminates Panel Restrictions"

A “hot” topic in HOAs is the extent of an HOA’s authority to regulate solar panels.  The legislature enacted a…

"North Carolina Appellate Court Rules That Restrictive Covenants More Than 30 Years Old May Be Extinguished"

We first blogged about C Investments 2 v. Auger, a potentially impactful case for older communities, several months ago.  The…

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