E. Garrison White
Garrison White will tell you that he comes from a family plagued by lawyers—some may say he was doomed from the start. All kidding aside, he feels blessed to be surrounded by so many talented co-workers at Hartsell & Williams, and he is proud to say that three of those attorneys are his dad, brother, and uncle, and even his sister is also a staff member.
World Class Experience
Garrison earned his ungraduate degree from Northwestern University in 2016.
"I chose Northwestern because I wanted to challenge myself both academically and athletically. As a Wildcat wrestler, I trained with and competed against world-class student-athletes on the mat and gained a world-class education at the same time."
He went on to UNC Law School, graduating in 2019. He chose UNC because he knew that he wanted to return home to practice law in North Carolina. Also, deep down, he has always been a Tar Heel. He grew up watching UNC football and basketball games, dreaming of attending the school as a student just like his mom before him.
Why Practice Law?
Garrison wanted to practice law as his profession so he could help people. And, to help people get along with each other. He has always had a love of reading and language. Through the practice of law, he can use his skills in reading, writing, and analysis to help the people in my community solve issues that arise in their daily lives. He loves this community and its people and returned to his hometown so that he could be an integral part of the growth of Concord.
If Garrison had not gone into the practice of law, he would have liked to have been a high school English teacher and wrestling coach. In his spare time, he volunteers coaching youth wrestling. He finds giving back to a community that did so much for him extremely rewarding. Garrison would never brag about himself, but we will! Not only was he a standout wrestler in both high school and college, but he was also recognized as the North Carolina High School Wrestler of the Decade for 2010-2019.
Professional & Civic
Cabarrus County Bar Association
Northwestern University (B.B.A., 2019)
UNC School of Law (J.D. 2019)