Clint represents clients facing a wide range of challenges in the areas of litigation, community associations, and zoning and land use. His experience covers all aspects of litigation, including pre-trial matters, motions, depositions, hearings, mediations, and arbitrations.
In his community associations practice, Clint assists planned communities and community association boards and members with corporate governance, procedural requirements, governing document amendments, fiduciary duties, inspection right, collection issues, and rule adoption and enforcement.
Additionally, Clint devotes a portion of his practice to helping clients navigate zoning and land use issues, such as subdivision of property, zoning and rezoning matters, special use permits, conditional use permits, variances, appeals of the interpretation of zoning ordinances, certificates of appropriateness, development approvals, and development agreements.
- J.D., Vanderbilt University Law School, 2016
- A.B., magna cum laude, University of Georgia, 2013
Honors and Distinctions*
- The Best Lawyers in America: Ones to Watch, Best Lawyers®, 2024
- Autumn 2022 Thought Leader, Mondaq
Admitted to Practice
- North Carolina
- United States District Court for the Middle and Western Districts of North Carolina
* Please see the following websites for an explanation of the membership standards for the following recognitions: www.bestlawyers.com; businessnc.com/special-sections/legal-elite/; and www.superlawyers.com/north-carolina.
Highlights + Insights
Land Use and Zoning Basics for Community Associations
Short-Term Rentals Regulations: Not Always a Day at the Beach for Municipalities
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