Winston-Salem/Charlotte, NC, (October 1, 2014) – Demitra M. Sourlis has joined the law firm of Bell, Davis & Pitt, PA. Based primarily in the firm’s Charlotte office, Sourlis concentrates her practice in business litigation, including construction defect litigation, trade secret litigation, unfair trade practices, professional malpractice and banking litigation
Sourlis received her J.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law in May 2014. She was the Associate Chief Justice of Holderness Moot Court, was a member of the International Appellate Advocacy Team, was inducted into the Order of the Barristers, served as a staff member of the First Amendment Law Review, and was Dean’s Fellow. Sourlis served as a Judicial Intern in the North Carolina Court of Appeals (May 2012-June 2012), a legal intern for Legal Aid of North Carolina MedicalLegal Partnership (July 2012-August 2012), a Fair Trial Initiative Pro Bono Volunteer (December 2011- June 2012) and a Court Appointed Special Advocate volunteer (2010-2013). Sourlis received a Bachelor of Arts degree, with Distinction, from Duke University in 2010.
Bell, Davis & Pitt, P.A. was formed in 1980. Its more than three dozen attorneys practice throughout North Carolina in corporate law, litigation, antitrust law, governmental investigations, banking law, commercial real estate, construction law, environmental law, bankruptcy, taxation, employment law, education law, copyrights and trademarks, estate planning and administration, and family law. Several of the firm's attorneys are also licensed to practice in other states throughout the Southeast. The Firm is a member of Lawyers Associated Worldwide, a global association of independent firms that provides legal services to members' clients in over 180 major commercial centers around the world.