Lawyer Legion maintains a directory of North Carolina board-certified specialists in:
Lawyer Legion also maintains a broader directory of both certified and non-certified lawyers in North Carolina and throughout the U.S. This directory provides the public with a valuable resource allowing them to narrow their search to local attorneys who have earned their status as board certified in Real Estate Law by North Carolina State Bar.
Lawyer Legion is the only commercial lawyer directory to properly acknowledge all ABA-accredited specialization programs and provide a dynamic directory of virtually every lawyer who has earned each certification.
Use this directory to connect with lawyers who are board-certified Real Estate Law specialists in North Carolina. Start by choosing your county from the list below.
Rule 27 NCAC 01D Section .2102 defines the specialty of real property law as the practice of law dealing with "real property transactions, including title examination, property transfers, financing, leases, and determination of property rights." Subspecialties in the field are identified and defined, in part, as follows:
Under 27 NCAC 01D .2105, the Standards for Certification as a Specialist in Real Property Law in North Carolina provide that each applicant for certification must meet certain standards including:
Under 27 NCAC 01D .2106, the standards for continued certification as a specialist in real estate law provide that the period of certification is five years. During those five years, the attorney must apply for continued certification. Part of the recertification process for a real estate law attorney in North Carolina includes showing: