Harrison Lord - James, McEloy & Diehl

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Harrison Lord

James, McEloy & Diehl

600 South College Street

Charlotte, NC 28202


Practice Areas
  • Personal Injury
  • Landlord - Tenant
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Criminal Law
  • Civil Litigation
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Harrison A. Lord  is an attorney with the law firm of James, McElroy & Diehl. His practice focuses on all aspects of litigation, particularly trial work.  He has a wide range of experience in a number of fields, including but not limited to disputes involving contracts, partnership disputes and derivative actions, misappropriation of funds, malpractice, and torts.  Harrison also assists clients in pursuing payment of debts and past-due invoices, including pre-litigation negotiations, filing and prosecution of lawsuits, and assisting with post-judgment collections and remedies.

Before joining James, McElroy & Diehl, Harrison served a two-year clerkship to the Honorable Richard A. Elmore of the North Carolina Court of Appeals. He is active in the North Carolina Bar Association, and is currently serving his fourth term as co-chair of the Young Lawyers Division Newsletter Committee.  He has been selected as a member of the Charter Class of the North Carolina Bar Association Leadership Academy.

Harrison grew up in Harnett County, North Carolina, before attending high school at the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics in Durham. He received his A.B. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he double majored in Classics and History. While in college, Harrison twice earned the Monogram Award as a member of the varsity fencing team, and was listed three times on the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

Harrison attended Washington University School of Law, where he received a Scholars in Law merit based scholarship and served as Associate Editor for the Washington University Journal of Law and Policy. Harrison twice earned the right to represent Washington University in the ABA Representation in Mediation Competition, in which he won the regional competition and placed third nationally in his final year. At graduation, Harrison was awarded the Judge John W. Calhoun Trial Practice Award in recognition of his talent for and dedication to trial work.

Undergraduate: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Law School: University of Washington
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Practice Areas: Business > Commercial Litigation
Personal > Personal Injury
Personal > Landlord - Tenant
Personal > Criminal Law
Personal > Civil Litigation
Gender: Male
City of Residence: Cary, NC
Home Town: Buies Creek
Home State: NC
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