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Keren Cerezo

Phone: (704) 377-7333
Fax: (704) 377-5747

Keren Cerezo is The Odom Firm's legal assistant and supports the work of all of the firm’s attorneys, primarily in the practice areas of land condemnation, eminent domain, land use, and personal injury. By handling those tasks that do not require an attorney's training, Keren frees the firm's lawyers to manage the more complex aspects of our clients' cases and helps keep client costs down. Keren also focuses on responding to client needs and concerns.

Keren already had nearly a decade of office support experience under her belt when she joined the firm, and she quickly became an integral part of the team, helping the office run efficiently and smoothly. A native of Texas, Keren has lived in Charlotte since 2012 and earned an associate degree in Applied Science from Central Piedmont Community College in 2015. In her free time, Keren enjoys working out, traveling, and spending time with friends.

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Mar
26
MARCH 11, 2019 | VOL. 32, NO. 2 | NCLAWYERSWEEKLY.COM Reprinted with permission of North Carolina Lawyers Weekly © 2019 ■■ BY ABBIE BENNETT abennett@nclawyersweekly.com A landowner in Charlotte has reached a $2.825 million settlement with… Read More
Mar
7
We are proud to announce that The Odom Firm, PLLC has been named a Tier 1 firm in Charlotte for Eminent Domain & Condemnation Law by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” in 2019! Read more about the selection process… Read More
Nov
19
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Oct
15
Attorney David Murray obtained a decision from the Mecklenburg County Superior Court reversing a City of Charlotte Zoning Board of Adjustment (“ZBA”) decision which found his client in violation of the City of Charlotte Zoning Ordinance for its o… Read More
Oct
1
Attorney David Murray applied his knowledge of property law and land valuation to obtain a 1.7 million dollar settlement for his clients against a developer who he believed was violating the restrictive covenants on and around the landowners’ p… Read More