Jordan Price partners Hope Carmichael and Brian Edlin were recently recognized for their expertise in community associations and condominium law at the national CAI Law Seminar in New Orleans.
Mr. Edlin was inducted last month as a fellow in the national College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL), an elite group of 175 attorneys nationwide who are recognized for their experience, expertise and high standards of professional and ethical responsibility in the practice of community association law. Mr. Edlin joins only 5 other attorneys in North Carolina who have been recognized with this distinction. In addition to sharing his expertise and experience with our clients, Brian is an ad hoc professor with Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law and the author of a treatise on Community Association Law in North Carolina, published by the NC Bar Association.
Hope Carmichael was also busy in New Orleans. Previously inducted as a CCAL fellow, Ms. Carmichael was tapped by CCAL this year as a presenter for the national survey of case law. At this feature event of CAI’s annual law seminar, Hope presented a review and analysis of more than 200 appellate cases dealing with community association law across all 50 states.