Adjunct Professor of Law
Mr. Vermitsky received his undergraduate degree from the University of Rochester located in Rochester, NY where he graduated with honors with a dual degree in Spanish Language and Culture and Political Science. While he was enrolled at the University of Rochester Mr. Vermitsky received the distinction of Academic All American for his national success in intercollegiate debate.
After college, Mr. Vermitsky attended Wake Forest University School of Law where he graduated cum laude. While enrolled at Wake, Mr. Vermitsky was an active member of the local trial bar and served as a staff member of the Wake Forest University Law Review. Upon graduation, Mr. Vermitsky was named a member of Wake Forest University's chapter of the Order of the Coif, an honor fraternity reserved for those who graduate in the top 10% of the law school's graduating class. Mr. Vermitsky passed the North Carolina Bar in July of 2006, and began practicing with Morrow, Alexander, Porter and Whitley PPLC shortly thereafter.
Mr. Vermitsky's practice primarily focuses on civil litigation, criminal defense of Hispanic and non Hispanic members of the local community, domestic law, and workers compensation claims. Mr. Vermitsky speaks Spanish and represents all of the diverse members of the local community. Mr. Vermitsky was named a "Rising Star of 2012" by North Carolina Super Lawyers Magazine.
Mr. Vermitsky is originally from Budd Lake, NJ but now both he and his wife, Natalie and their son, call North Carolina home. His hobbies include traveling, coaching basketball, and volunteering at the North Carolina Zoo.