J. Cameron Furr, Jr.

J. Cameron Furr, Jr.: Attorney with Grier Wright Martinez, P.A.
Attorney Awards


Phi Delta Phi. Note and Comment Editor, North Carolina Law Review, 1988-1989. Author: "Whitley v. Columbia Lumber Manufacturing Co.: Abolishing the Exclusive Remedy Requirement for the Scheduled Injuries Section of the North Carolina Workers' Compensation Act," 66 North Carolina Law Review 1366 (1988).

Areas of Practice (5)

  • Business Law
  • Contracts
  • Corporate Law
  • Partnership Law
  • Zoning, Planning and Land Use

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
704-323-5247  Phone
704-332-0215  Fax
University Attended:
University of North Carolina, B.A., 1986
Law School Attended:
University of North Carolina, J.D., 1989
Year of First Admission:
1991, U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit; 1989, U.S. District Court, Western District of North Carolina; 1989, North Carolina
North Carolina State Bar.
Birth Information:
Monroe, North Carolina
Payment Information:
  • Fixed Hourly Rates

Peer Reviews

4.5/5.0 (1 review)
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