“I’m trusting in the Lord and a good lawyer.”
Harrison A. Lord is the founder of [ask LEGAL] and the managing member of Lord Law Firm, PLLC. His practice focuses on helping small businesses reduce their risks, collect the money owed them, and plan for a successful future.
Harrison is a trial lawyer, and represents clients in commercial litigation and disputes of all sorts. In that role, he’s tried cases before judges and juries all over North Carolina. But first and foremost, Harrison is a problem solver. His focus is always on getting the best result for his clients, and helping them find the solution that works for them and their business. Sometimes that means a trial. Oftentimes, though, the best result requires a more creative solution. Whenever possible, Harrison helps his clients make good business decisions, so they can avoid disputes in the first place.
Harrison’s colleagues throughout the state have recognized him for his abilities and hard work. He’s received an AV rating from Martindale Hubbell, Business North Carolina has named him as among the Legal Elite in the Business (2017), Litigation (2015-2016), and Young Gun (2014-2016) categories, and he’s consistently named as a Super Lawyer Rising Star (2014-2017). A member of the Charter Class of the North Carolina Bar Association Leadership Academy and the recipient of the 2010-2011 Charles F. Blanchard Outstanding Young Lawyer Award, Harrison is the Immediate Past Chair of the Young Lawyers Division of the North Carolina Bar Association.
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 graduated with honors from the 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. At graduation, Harrison was awarded the Judge John W. Calhoun Trial Practice Award in recognition of his talent for and dedication to trial work.
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