Attorney Profiles

Jason Pruett
Jason Pruett
Phone: 910-399-2237
Fax: 910-803-7525
Secretary: Julianne Fine Paralegal: Carol Davis


Having received his undergraduate degree in English Education from Western Carolina University, Jason spent nearly 5 years as North Carolina Public School Teacher. As a high school English teacher, Jason led his students on several international trips, focusing on education and community service. While in law school at Elon University School of Law, Jason served as a member of the Law Review as well as the Moot Court Board. After graduating magna cum laude, he served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable Richard D. Dietz at the North Carolina Court of Appeals.

 Jason is licensed North Carolina and South Carolina and primarily practices in residential and commercial real estate law, including drafting purchase and sale agreements, preparing for and conducting closings, working with and representing various builders and developers, and conducting significant title review.

Areas of Practice:
Residental and Commercial Real Estate; Community Association / Planned Community Law (Homeowner Association and Condominium Association Law)

Elon University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2017

Activities: Staff Editor, Elon Law Review; Member, Moot Court Board; Leadership Fellow; Academic Dean’s Fellow; Teaching Assistant in Property; Research Assistant in International Commercial Law

Honors: Order of the Barristers; Strongest Comprehensive Performance Awards in Contracts and Legal Writing

Western Carolina University, B.S.Ed., 2010


Admitted to the North Carolina State Bar; South Carolina State Bar

Law Clerk to the Honorable Richard Dietz of the Court of Appeals of North Carolina

Certified English Teacher in North Carolina Public Schools
Professional Affiliations:

American Bar Association

North Carolina Bar Association

Greensboro Bar Association
Civic and Community Involvement:

Boy Scouts of America

North Carolina Pro Bono Resource Center

Mebane Presbyterian Church, Former Youth Director