Brinson’s practice includes primarily real property acquisitions, dispositions, development, title, leasing, and financing transactions. Brinson enjoys representing a diverse group of clients, including commercial developers, investors, buyers, sellers, and lenders, on a variety of projects, including without limitation, apartments, hotels, retail, restaurants, office, industrial, flex, and mixed-use projects throughout North Carolina. Brinson also routinely counsels clients on commercial leasing matters. This work includes representation of owners of income-producing properties with their leasing needs, as well as tenant representation for office, retail, restaurant and industrial leases.
Prior to joining Manning Fulton, Brinson served as a law clerk to the Honorable Gregory P. McGuire on the North Carolina Business Court and the Honorable Richard Dietz on the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
Brinson received his law degree from the Wake Forest University School of Law. While at Wake Forest’s School of Law, he served as symposium editor for the Wake Forest Journal of Business and Intellectual Property. Brinson also holds a Masters in Business Administration from Wake Forest’s Babcock Graduate School of Management.
In his spare time, Brinson enjoys surfing and fishing on the North Carolina coast.