Matt Norris is the owner and principal of the Norris Law Firm, PLLC. He focuses his practice exclusively on consumer lemon law and warranty claims and consumer auto-dealer fraud and unfair business practices. He is admitted to practice law in North Carolina and all North Carolina federal district courts.
Before he began practicing law as a consumer lemon law attorney, Matt was an avid skydiver. During his 13-year skydiving career, he was part of a four-way competitive skydiving team, the Angry Beez. In 2001, he and his teammates earned the Silver Metal in the Advanced Class at the United States Parachute Association (“USPA”) National Championships in Ottawa, Illinois. Matt also earned his tandem and accelerated freefall (AFF) skydiving instructor ratings, and ultimately made over 3,000 jumps before retiring from the sport.
Since then, he traded his skydiving rig for a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu gi. Matt has trained in jiu-jitsu since 2014, recently earning the rank of brown belt. Most mornings or evenings he can be found training at the Pendergrass Academy of Martial Arts in Wake Forest.
Matt attended law school at Georgia State University College of Law, graduating cum laude in 2007. During law school, he had the unique privilege of earning two consecutive internships with the Georgia Supreme Court, working for the Honorable Justices Carol W. Hunstein and Robert Benham. He also worked with the Georgia State College of Law Tax Clinic, was a member of the Moot Court Team, and earned an externship with the Atlantic Federal Defenders Program.
Before attending law school, Matt graduated from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics.
Matt is a member of several legal organizations, including the State Bar of North Carolina, the North Carolina Bar Association, the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, and the National Association of Consumer Advocates. He has presented on continuing education topics at the annual Auto Fraud Conference hosted by the National Association of Consumer Advocates.
Matt has focused his practice on North Carolina lemon law and consumer protection law because he believes that consumers have a right to quality legal representation in order to even the playing field in a sometimes predatory marketplace. He has been practicing as a lemon law lawyer in North Carolina for his entire career and looks forward to reviewing your case, and helping you resolve the problems you might be experiencing with your vehicle.