Director and Attorney, North Carolina Low Income Taxpayer Clinic and Legal Services for the Elderly
Arthur Bartlett is the director of the North Carolina Low Income Taxpayer Clinic and Legal Services for the Elderly at Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy.
Bartlett holds a B.A. degree in political science and history from the University of Vermont and a J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School. Before joining Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy in 2007, he worked in private law firms in Buffalo, New York, and Charlotte, specializing in ERISA and executive compensation.
Bartlett’s work at Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy provides him the opportunity to fulfill his personal mission of living a purposeful life by helping those in greatest need with the lawyering skills he so fortunately acquired. What he enjoys most about his role is the opportunity to make a meaningful difference in his clients’ lives. In his free time, Bartlett enjoys spending time with his family.