John R. Morgan
Vance Barron, Jr.
Robert D. Douglas, III
Immediate Past President
Martha R. Sacrinty
C. Collins Pickup
Jeffery M. Davis
Jonathan V. Maxwell
James W. Bryan
Richard C. Forman
Sarah H. Roane
Kenneth R. Keller
Robert J. King III
Parrish L. Peddrick
18th Judicial District
President: John R. Morgan
President-Elect: Vance Barron
Secretary: Martha R. Sacrinty
Treasurer: Martha T. Peddrick
At its April 18th Annual Meeting, the Greensboro Bar Association presented the 2013 Distinguished Service Award to Carole W. Bruce. Congratulations for outstanding professional and personal accomplishments! The award was presented by Henry Frye and you can read Frye remarks with this link.
At the member meeting on March 21, 2013, Gregory T. Higgins was awarded the Pro Bono Award plaque. David Senter made the presentation, and here are his introductory remarks.
The North Carolina State Bar Association along with the Greensboro Bar Association chose Vance Barron, Jr. as the 2012 recipient of the Centennial Award for community service. Barden Cooke presented the award to Vance at the February 21, 2013 membership meeting. The full text of his remarks can be found at Barron Recognition.
Congratulations to Janet Ward Black.
At the April 18th member meeting Harriett T. Smalls presented the 2012 Distinguished Service Award to Janet Ward Black. This award is the highest honor that the Greenboro Bar Association can bestow.
The award was created to honor and recognize those who have exhibited a deep devotion to the legal profession and who have made enduring contributions both to the administration of justice and to the public good though unselfish service. Those receiving the award have exhibited the highest ethical standards of professionalism and have set a worthy example for others to follow.
Here is the text of Ms. Smalls’ presentation .
The 18th Judicial District Bar has been reorganized and administrative functions will now be handled out of the GBA office. How this affects the Greensboro Bar Association member is addressed in the following Q & A. For further questions, contact the office at 378-0300.
The Greensboro Bar Association presented its Community Service Award for 2011 to Robert C. “Bob” Cone, who is a director and shareholder of Tuggle Duggins & Meschan, P.A.
The Community Service Award is co-sponsored by the North Carolina Bar Association, and also is known as the N.C. Bar Association Centennial Award. The award recognizes outstanding and exemplary community service.
David Meschan made the presentation at the February 16, 2012 membership meeting with these remarks.
At the October 20th member meeting Justice Bob Edmunds presented the 2011 Distinguished Service Award to W. Douglas Albright. This award is the highest honor that the Greenboro Bar Association can bestow. The award was created to honor and recognize those who have exhibited a deep devotion to the legal profession and who have made enduring contributions both to the administration of justice and to the public good though unselfish service. Those receiving the award have exhibited the highest ethical standards of professionalism and have set a worthy example for others to follow. Congratulations to Judge Albright!
At the February 17, 2010 member meeting, Justice Patricia Timmons-Goodson presented a talk about Judge Elreta Alexander. To read a copy of the speech, click here. Justice Timmons-Goodson would like to add to her collection of “Judge A” stories. If you have a story to share with her, please send it to her at Post Office Box 1841, Raleigh, NC 27602.
“30 Tips in 30 Minutes: Technology and Law Practice Management Websites Designed to Help Lawyers Better Serve Their Clients” was presented in a colloquium on October 5, 2010. A copy of the take-away can be found in the About Us tab above under Law Practice Management Colloquium.
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