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Email: Sherrod@sewardtran.com

Phone: 704-500-2045

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Sherrod D. Seward | lawyer in Charlotte NC

An experienced attorney with a proven track record for assisting clients through complex situations all over the world; Sherrod knew as a child that his path in life would lead him to be active on a national and international level. Sherrod is Partner at the firm and assists in the general management of the firm. Sherrod holds licensing in the District of Columbia and services federal case work around the nation. 

Sherrod has been immersed in different cultures as early as elementary school; learning to play soccer with children from different countries, and becoming fluent in French at the age of eight. Sherrod has taken his professional development and expertise to diverse places,such as Johannesburg, South Africa, participating in Trade Winds Africa - the largest United States business delegation ever to go to Africa.

Sherrod brings this same cultured approach to Seward Tran LLP which he also applies to his extreme love for all things Cleveland and MMA (Mixed Martial Arts).  Sherrod began his legal career at Cleveland State University, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in Cleveland, Ohio. Since obtaining his Juris Doctor, Sherrod has become more intentional than ever to be an advocate for clients in need of international legal assistance.

Professional Affiliations
District of Columbia Bar Admission
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Charlotte Chamber of Commerce
Charlotte Mecklenburg Black Chamber of Commerce
John S. Leary Association of Black Attorneys
Charlotte World Affairs Council
Export Legal Assistance Network
Licensed Property & Casualty Insurance  Broker

Partner, Sherrod Seward, was recently invited to speak with East Tech High School students in Cleveland, OH. East Technical High School is a secondary school that opened in 1908 as a public trade school in the city. At the time, East Tech was one of the first trade schools in the United States.