Membership of ARPI is by invitation and is limited to 100 active members. Formerly known as the Anglo-American Real Property Institute, the ARPI is a not-for-profit organization whose members are closely involved with real property and infrastructure throughout the world. It is a forum to study issues arising from the ownership and development of and investment in real property and infrastructure; bring together individuals engaged in various disciplines who are respected for their professional expertise, accomplishments and collaborative approach; educate and inform its members; enhance personal, intellectual and professional interaction among its members; and present informative and provocative programs on matters of interest to real property professionals.
Morris Ellison’s broad-based practice includes commercial real estate transactions, economic development, commercial litigation and counseling of entrepreneurs, startup and mature knowledge-based companies. He represents local, national and international investors, lenders and real estate developers in the development, financing and disposition of commercial properties and other assets. He practices in Womble Bond Dickinson’s Charleston office.