Cary B. Davis to Lead Mecklenburg County BarPDF
Robinson Bradshaw attorney Cary B. Davis is the next president of the Mecklenburg County Bar. Davis will be sworn in at the Bar’s annual meeting tomorrow afternoon and will serve for a one-year term.
“I am grateful for this opportunity to lead my peers and for their trust and confidence in me,” Davis said. “Service to our community and profession is a foundational value of Robinson Bradshaw, and I am honored to further that mission.”
Davis is the sixth Robinson Bradshaw attorney to serve as Mecklenburg County Bar president, joining colleagues Robert E. Harrington, A. Ward McKeithen, Mark W. Merritt, Russell M. Robinson II and Robert C. Sink.
At Robinson Bradshaw, Davis focuses on the efficient and creative resolution of business disputes through negotiation, trial and appeal. His litigation practice includes contract disputes, sports and entertainment law, defamation and media law, business torts, real estate and commercial lease disputes, antitrust law, government and internal investigations, and trademarks and copyright law.
Davis earned his law degree magna cum laude from the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law as a member of Order of the Coif and editor-in-chief of the Florida Law Review. He received a master’s degree in creative writing from the University of Southern Mississippi’s Center for Writers and a bachelor’s degree from Duke University.
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