- Chapel Hill and Concord Offices
- (919) 929-3905
Kevin R. Hornik
Kevin Hornik received his Bachelor of Arts degree, with honors, in History from Queens University of Charlotte in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2013. He received his law degree in 2016, and was admitted to practice in all courts of this State in 2017.
While in law school, Mr. Hornik worked as a legal writing consultant and instructor, assisting and advising students on their legal writing assignments. He also worked as an intern at the school’s Community and Economic Development Clinic, providing pro bono legal services to non-profit and community and economic development organizations in the Charlotte area and in the surrounding communities. He also was a member of the World Affairs Council of Charlotte, participating in and attending a lecture series in the greater Charlotte area through both the law school and The Magellan Society.
Mr. Hornik currently serves as the City Attorney for Creedmoor and the Town Attorney for Pinebluff. He also regularly provides outside counsel to the Town of Chapel Hill Historic District Commission, the Town of Cary Board of Adjustment, and the City of Sanford Board of Adjustment and Historic Preservation Commission. His experience includes local government and municipal land use matters, as well as non-profit and community economic development work. Mr. Hornik practices with the firm by counseling the firm’s numerous local government clients in land-use, regulatory, and employment matters, including all operational and transactional aspects of those local governments. In addition, he provides integral legal research, and litigation representation and support for cases litigated by the firm on behalf of local governments. This includes counsel and representation in administrative matters, quasi-judicial proceedings, trial proceedings, and appellate cases brought on behalf of the local governments represented by the firm in the NC Court of Appeals, NC Supreme Court, the federal district courts of North Carolina, and the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.