Ward Black Law is pleased to announce the addition of attorney Nichad Davis to the firm. Nichad, a Greensboro native and Dudley High School graduate, will be focusing on handling personal injury and workers’ compensation claims for injured people.
“We are thrilled to include Nichad in our team of attorneys at Ward Black Law,” said Janet Ward Black, the firm’s managing attorney and a past president of the N.C. Bar Association. “He is a talented lawyer with a servant leader’s heart.”
He received his Bachelor’s degree from UNC-Charlotte where he majored in Psychology. Before attending law school, Nichad taught social studies to 7th graders for three years in Duplin County, North Carolina with Teach for America. Nichad earned his law degree from Campbell University School of Law where he attended on Campbell’s Public Service Scholarship. He was a two-time winner of the David Teddy Innovative Leadership Award and a national trial advocacy winner at Campbell. Nichad practiced with the Hedrick Gardner firm in Charlotte before returning to his hometown of Greensboro.
Nichad is passionate about education, NCAA football, and civil rights. He founded the “Rose from Concrete” Scholarship Fund at Dudley High School which recognizes high school seniors who display academic excellence and resilience through adversity.