Bryan Sulentic

Bryan is originally from Northern Virginia but grew up outside Denver, Colorado. He moved to North Carolina after high school and attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where he received a B.A. in Theater. After a short career in sales, Bryan decided to pursue his dream of becoming an attorney. He received his Juris Doctor from Elon University School of Law in Greensboro.

Since graduation, Bryan worked for Dugan & Leger, PLLC handling primarily traffic matters before deciding to accept a position with Brownlee Whitlow & Praet. Before his time with Dugan & Leger, Bryan contracted with Womble, Carlyle, Sandridge & Rice LLP handling e-discovery. Bryan currently handles landlord/tenant matters as well as community association representation.

Outside of the office, Bryan enjoys reading about American history, watching sports both live and on television, and spending the majority of his time with his fiancé and two kids.

Professional Associations:

North Carolina Bar Association

Wake County Bar Association

10th Judicial District Bar

Principle Areas of Practice:

Residential and Commercial Landlord-Tenant Law

Community Association Representation

Civil Litigation

Bar Admissions:

North Carolina State Bar (2016)

Education:

Elon University School of Law (2015)

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte (2009)