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Matt Norris is the owner and principle of the Norris Law Firm, PLLC.  He focuses his practice in consumer law, including North Carolina lemon law and warranty claims, auto dealer fraud and other consumer fraud and unfair business practices claims.  He is admitted to practice law in North Carolina and all North Carolina federal districts courts.

Before he began practicing law as a NC lemon law attorney, Matt was an avid skydiver.  During his 15-year skydiving career, he was part of a four-way competitive skydiving team, the Angry Beez.  In 2001, he and his teammates earned the Silver Metal in the Advanced Class at the United States Parachute Association (“USPA”) National Championships in Ottawa, Illinois.  Matt also earned his tandem and accelerated freefall (AFF) skydiving instructor ratings, and ultimately made over 3,000 jumps.  

Matt attended law school at Georgia State University College of Law, and graduated cum laude in 2007. During law school, he had the unique privilege of earning two consecutive internships with the Georgia Supreme Court, working for the Honorable Justices Carol W. Hunstein and Robert Benham.  He also worked with the Georgia State College of Law Tax Clinic, was a member of the Moot Court Team, and earned an externship with the Atlantic Federal Defenders Program.

Before attending law school, Matt graduated from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics.

Matt is a member of several legal organizations, including the State Bar of North Carolina, North Carolina Bar Association, North Carolina Advocates for Justice, and National Association of Consumer Advocates.

In 2012, he was honored to have the opportunity to present on several topics during the National Association of Consumer Advocates Auto Fraud Conference in Clearwater, Florida.

Matt has focused his practice in on North Carolina lemon law and consumer protection law because he believes that consumers have a right to quality legal representation in order to even the playing field in a sometimes predatory marketplace.  He has been practicing as a NC lemon law lawyer his entire career, and looks forward to reviewing your case, and helping you resolve the problems you might be experiencing with your vehicle.


Languages spoken: Spanish

Practice areas


  1. Lemon Law: 60%
    8 years
  2. Consumer Protection: 40%
    8 years



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  • Isaac Kohen

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    Isaac Kohen Lemon Law Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

  • Michael Jon Macht

    Great attorney! Matt actually helped me as a client. Handled the quickly and treated me the way that I would expect to be treated. Brought a professionalism that I hope my clients receive from me.


    Michael Macht Criminal Defense Attorney
    Relationship: Worked together on matter

Contact info

1033 Bullard Court
Suite 207
Raleigh, NC, 27615


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Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
OwnerNorris Law Firm, PLLC2012 - Present
MemberNorris Emery, PLLC2011 - Present
OwnerNorris Law Firm, PLLC2008 - 2011
Association namePosition nameDuration
North Carolina Advocates for Justice, Commercial Litigation SectionSecretary2013 - Present
National Association of Consumer AdvocatesMember2008 - Present
North Carolina Advocates for JusticeMember2008 - Present
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Felix v. Crown HondaJury Verdict - $1,200 actual damages and $31,000 punitive damages
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School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Georgia State University College of LawN/AJuris Doctor2007
University of North Carolina, WilmingtonEconomicsBS - Bachelor of Science1999
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
2012 Auto Fraud ConferenceConsumer Rebuttal Case2012
2012 Auto Fraud Conference3rd Party Witness Testimony;2012
2012 Auto Fraud ConferenceDirect and Cross Examination of Consumer Clients2012