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Brian T. Pearce


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Brian Pearce’s practice mirrors the geographic diversity of the real estate in North Carolina of which his practice focuses.  Be it litigating a loan matter that involved real estate, procuring land use approvals from a municipal board, closing a commercial loan, negotiating a commercial lease, fighting a landlord/tenant dispute, or resolving a title dispute, Brian’s practice has touched every aspect of the real estate market.   

With the real estate collapse of the late 2000’s, everyone involved in real estate in any way learned that the real estate market is a whole new world.  In this new world, Brian has shown he has the commitment, integrity, and focus to lead his client’s through the rivers and valleys so that they can reach the goals that they seek. 


  • Wake Forest University School of Law, J.D., 2003


  • Clemson University, B.S., 2000
Bar Admissions
  • North Carolina
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of North Carolina
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina
Civic & Professional Memberships

Greensboro Sports Council

  • Greensboro Bar Association
  • Future Fund
  • National Association of Industrial and Office Properties
  • Triad Real Estate and Building Industry Coalition
  • Greensboro Young Lawyers Association
  • North Carolina Bar Association
  • Triad Business Journal's 2013 “40 Leaders Under Forty”
  • North Carolina Super Lawyers® "Rising Star" in Land Use/Zoning, Business Litigation, Real Estate (2012-2013)
  • Named a 2010 “Emerging Legal Leaders” by NC Lawyers Weekly
  • Named among North Carolina's "Young Guns" by Business North Carolina magazine, 2014, 2017


Highland Paving Co., LLC v. First Bank, (12-1297) N.C. Court of Appeals - Breach of contract; Quantum Meruit; Constructive Fraud; Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices

In the matter of the foreclosure of a deed of trust executed by Charles Ray Thomas and wife, Shirley P. Thomas, dated December 16, 2004, recorded in Book 3655, Page 189, Union County, North Carolina Registry, by Stephen A. Lamb, Substitute Trustee, COA 08-287 (2009)

Northwest Property Group, LLC v. Town of Carrboro, et al., NO. COA08-929 (2009)

There do not appear to be any sports that do not interest Brian Pearce.  Although his competitive days on the field are behind, Brian Pearce still enjoys kicking the soccer ball around in the Greensboro Adult Soccer leagues.  When not spending his free time with his family or on the soccer field, Brian is often on the trails of Greensboro training for his next marathon. Although not a speed demon or a contender to win any races, Brian loves being known as a “Marathoner,” having finished two marathons with more planned for the future.

Despite the love of sports, Brian enjoys spending the majority of his time outside the office with his wife, being the proud parents of two young children.

You can read his blog here entitled, "Travels with Charlie" where he chronicles: "A Dad's Experience Raising a Healthy, Happy, Little Boy Who Just Happens to Be on the Autism Spectrum."

Brian Pearce main bio photoBrian Pearce outside NP photo

“Some see their clients as business relationships, I’m lucky enough to also call my clients, friends.”