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Ariel Harris Selected To Leadership Academy

Ariel Harris Selected To Leadership Academy's Class Of 2017


February 20, 2017

Charlotte, N.C. - Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP attorney Ariel E. Harris was recently selected as one of sixteen young lawyers chosen for the North Carolina Bar Association Leadership Academy’s Class of 2017.

The mission of the Leadership Academy is to help young lawyers become more effective leaders in their communities, whether their communities be the legal profession, their firms, legal departments and any other organizations with which they are associated, or their local, state, national or even international communities, or any other environments where lawyers regularly have calls or opportunities for leadership.

Harris is a member of the firm’s litigation group, focusing her practice primarily on complex commercial disputes, business litigation, and employment litigation. She represents clients in a variety of contract settings involving commercial contracts, business torts, insurance coverage, and unfair business practices and methods of competition. Harris is a member of the American Bar Association, the North Carolina Bar Association, the Mecklenburg County Bar Association and the Defense Research Institute. She received her law degree from North Carolina Central University School of Law and her bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

For more information, contact:
Ashley Santoro ashleys@hughes-agency.com
864.271.0718

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