Alisha Harris is an Associate Attorney in Cranfill Sumner’s Workers’ Compensation practice group.
Alisha has experience representing insurance companies handling all types of injury by accident, specific traumatic incident, and death claims.
Alisha received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Psychology at UNC Chapel Hill. She graduated from Elon University School of Law where she participated in the JD/MBA dual degree program. While attending law school, Alisha was extremely committed to pro bono work and served as the Innocence Project Vice President and Co-Chair of the Pro Bono Board. Also, while in law school, Alisha traveled to South Africa for two weeks to study how solitary confinement sustains and/or exacerbates mental health issues among inmates.
In her free time, Alisha enjoys traveling, reading, spending time with her family and friends, and playing with her amazing golden doodle.
Most Recent Posts
Can an injured worker receive benefits past the 500-week cap in North Carolina? If your first answer was no, then… Read More
Many employers are constantly faced with questions surrounding an injured worker’s entitlement to disability benefits. North Carolina, like many other… Read More
Alisha Harris, an attorney at Cranfill Sumner LLP, is a founding member of the Young Black Lawyers of Charlotte (YBLC). The YBLC is a nonprofit that launched in February 2023 to encourage and increase Black representation in the legal field.… Read More
Cranfill Sumner LLP today announced that Alisha Harris has joined the firm’s Charlotte office as an associate attorney. She will focus her practice in Workers’ Compensation law.… Read More