ALBERT L. ("LOCH") SASLOW

Divorce & Bankruptcy Lawyer

Albert L. ("Loch") Saslow

Greensboro / Triad Family Law and Bankruptcy Attorney

Loch Saslow is a 2009 graduate of Elon University School of Law’s inaugural class. Loch joined Hill Evans Jordan & Beatty following his admission to the North Carolina Bar that year. He focuses his practice primarily in the areas of family law, bankruptcy, civil disputes, including business matters, and contractual issues, as well as wills, estates & trusts.

A native of Greensboro, North Carolina, Loch holds a B.A. in History from Furman University in 2006 where he served as Community Service Chair of Sigma Nu Fraternity, played Club Lacrosse, and coached lacrosse at Riverside High School in Greenville, South Carolina. At Elon University School of Law, he was a member of the Business Law Society.

Loch is a member of the North Carolina State Bar, the American Bar Association, the North Carolina Bar Association, the Greensboro Bar Association, and the 24th Judicial District Bar.  In the past, he has served as legal counsel for the Greensboro Jaycees.  In his free time, he loves spending time with his family, is heavily involved at Grace Community Church, and enjoys being outdoors.

(336) 379-1390

Contact Me – lsaslow@hillevans.com

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Education

Elon University School of Law

  • JD, 2009

Furman University

  • BA, 2006

Professional Experience

  • Hill Evans Jordan & Beatty, 2006 to present

Community Engagement

  • Jaycees 2016 Greensboro Junior Chamber Board of Directors

Professional Activities

  • American Bar Association, 2009 - Present
  • NC Bar Association Family Law Section
  • NC Bar Association Bankruptcy Section
  • NC Bar Association Real Property Section
  • Greensboro Bar Association, 2009-Present
  • 24th Judicial District Bar, 2009-Present
  • Triad Collaborative Family Law Practice Group

Admissions

  • North Carolina State Bar, 2006
  • United States District Court, Middle District of North Carolina, 2009

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