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Phillip E. Lewis

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Phillip Lewis is a litigator whose practice consists of resolving a broad spectrum of legal disputes involving real property with a focus on title issues. He has successfully handled hundreds of real property cases across North Carolina.

His litigation practice also comprises homeowners’ association law, contract law and attorney malpractice defense. Phillip employs a diplomacy-first style of litigation that reduces litigation costs and increases the likelihood of bringing about a sensible resolution between the parties. Phillip also has a significant depth of experience in appellate matters.

He is the author of the novel The Barrowfields, which was published in the U.S. by the Crown Publishing Group on March 7, 2017. The Barrowfields will also be published in the U.K. by Sceptre, a literary imprint of Hodder & Stoughton, on April 6, 2017.

In addition to writing literary fiction, Phillip plays several musical instruments, collects rare books, and studies language. Phillip also enjoys distance running, kayaking, and riding his mountain bike at the U.S. National Whitewater Center. He is a member of the Thomas Wolfe Society and the Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore.

Phone (704) 716-0905
Fax (704) 372-2619

 

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Education

J.D., Campbell University School of Law, 2001, cum laude
Campbell Law Review, editor in chief
Williston on Contracts (4th ed., Richard A. Lord), research assistant

B.A., Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1993

Admissions

South Carolina, 2005

North Carolina, 2001

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