Law Firm Carolinas’ partner Harmony Taylor is on a roll!
Harmony has been named a Fellow in CAI’s College of Community Association Lawyers. The College, which was created in 1994, recognizes excellence in the practice of community association law. Of the thousands of attorneys who work with homeowner and condominium associations in the US, there are fewer than 200 current CCAL Fellows. As a past national CCAL President, I can say without reservation that Harmony reflects the high standards of professionalism, professional involvement, and passion for community association law the CCAL designation was created to spotlight.
Harmony has also been elected Chair of the NC Legislative Action Committee. The NC-LAC monitors and makes recommendations on legislation that affects community associations, and its members talk with legislators on issues of concern to HOAs and condos. The Committee is expecting a busy year between House Bill 542 (see Legislative Update September 25, 2023 – House Bill 542 Adopted by Senate, Now in Conference Committee) and the new House Select Committee on Homeowners’ Associations (see NC Community Association Legislative Update – May 9, 2023).
If you’d like to contact Harmony directly, she can be reached at email@example.com.
Author: Jim Slaughter
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