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Catherine B. Mitchell

Catherine B. Mitchell


T (704) 384-2675
F (704) 384-2934

Catherine is a member of the firm's Real Estate Group and Banking and Finance Group, representing both lenders and developers in commercial real estate transactions. Catherine assists lenders in real estate financing and counsels developers and investors in the acquisition, disposition, and leasing of commercial properties. Catherine has experience representing national and regional banking institutions as well as life insurance companies. She also has experience representing property owners in the leasing of retail and office space to national and regional tenants and experience representing healthcare companies in the leasing of medical office space.

Catherine is based in her hometown, Asheville, North Carolina, and travels frequently to the Charlotte office.

Catherine was a member of the Brainerd Currie Honor Society at Mercer University's Walter F. George School of Law and a member of the Mercer Law Review. As an undergraduate at Sewanee, she was honored to be included in the Order of Gownsmen.

Thought Leadership


Published Works

  • Author, "FCC v. Fox: Has the Supreme Court Sanctioned Political Influence in Agency Decision-making?," 61 Mercer L. Rev. 643, 2010
  • Mercer University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2011
  • Sewanee: The University of the South, B.A., History, Dean's List, 2007
  • North Carolina
  • United States District Court, Western District of North Carolina

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