Eloise D. Bradshaw, a partner with Patrick Harper & Dixon LLP, has been elected Chair of the Real Property Section of the North Carolina Bar Association. The Real Property Section has over 2,000 members and consists of attorneys and paralegals who practice or work in the residential, commercial or industrial real estate areas. As Chair, Bradshaw will oversee the work of multiple committees, including continuing legal education, legislative review and pro bono activities. Prior to assuming the duties of Chair, Bradshaw previously served as Vice Chair and a member of the Council.
Bradshaw is a member of the Catawba County and American Bar associations and has been active in the local community, having served as Chair of the Catawba County Chamber of Commerce and the Catawba County Economic Development Corporation. She continues to serve on the board of the Economic Development Corporation.
Bradshaw’s practice is focused on commercial and industrial real estate and business law. She represents a variety of local manufacturers and businesses, both small and large.
Patrick Harper & Dixon has served businesses and individuals in the Catawba County area for over seventy years in a variety of legal matters, including general business, commercial development, employment discrimination, purchase and sale of businesses, ligation, commercial loans, and estate and Medicaid planning.