Mitch Meyers practices primarily in the areas of creditor rights, commercial and real estate litigation, and landlord - tenant disputes. Originally from Farmington, Michigan, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from University of Florida, and then went on to graduate in 1997 from Nova Southeastern School of Law in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Mitch has been practicing law for over ten years. Following law school, he managed a creditor rights department for several years with a firm in Miami, Florida. After relocating to Raleigh in 2004, Mitch has successfully represented clients in a variety of civil litigation matters throughout North Carolina, including in business and commercial contract disputes, commercial landlord-tenant matters, contested foreclosure actions, commercial fraud claims and lender liability cases. He is admitted to practice in each federal district of North Carolina, and is the author of A Defense of Unilateral or Multilateral Intervention When Human Rights Violations Constitute an Implied Waiver of Sovereignty, ILSA Journal of Comparative and International Law, Spring 1997. Mitch joined the creditor rights firm of Sessoms & Rogers, P.A. in July 2010.
Licensed since 1998
I would refer Mitchell Meyers to anyone looking for an attorney. Mr. Meyers is a legal strategist, always tailoring his representation to meet his client's individual needs. He is well respected among his peers and by Judges in Wake and surrounding counties.
Devon Glick Criminal Defense Attorney
|Attorney||Sessoms & Rogers, P.A.||2010 - Present|
|Attorney||Combs & Meyers||2008 - 2010|
|Attorney||Law Office of John T. Benjamin||2005 - 2008|
|Attorney||Behar, Gutt & Glazer||1998 - 2004|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|North Carolina Creditor Bar Association||N/A||2011 - Present|
|Triangle Commercial Association of Realtors||N/A||2009 - Present|
|Wake County Bar Association||N/A||2004 - Present|
|North Carolina Bar Association||N/A||2001 - Present|
|ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law||A Defense of Unilateral or Multilateral Invervention Where Human Rights Abuses Constitute an Implied Waiver of Sovereignty||1997|
|Nova Southeastern University School of Law||Law||Juris Doctor||1997|
|University of Florida||Political Science||Bachelor in Arts||1993|