Attorney, Immigration Justice Corps Fellow
Davis Lovvorn serves as an Attorney and Immigration Justice Corps Fellow for the Immigration Justice Program at Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy. In his role, Davis addresses the legal needs of unaccompanied migrant children as well as others seeking relief within the North Carolina Immigration Court system.
Prior to joining the Advocacy Center in September in 2023, Davis was a high school Spanish teacher at Julius Chambers High School in Charlotte and was a member of the Graduation Committee and School Leadership Team. Davis graduated from Notre Dame Law School in 2023 with the Faculty Award for Excellence in Immigration Law. He has a Bachelor of Arts from Duke University. Davis stays active in his free time; he is a competitive distance runner. He is also an avid sports fan who can be found cheering for his many sports teams, including but not limited to the Duke Blue Devils, the Tennessee Titans, the Nashville Predators, the Memphis Grizzlies, the New York Mets, and Wolverhampton Wanderers FC.
Davis serves at the Advocacy Center because he wants to make a systemic impact in the lives of our most vulnerable youth, children who are immigrating to the United States. “There is no better place to do this work than at the Advocacy Center. I am excited and grateful for the opportunity.”