Volunteer Attorneys Needed to Assist Tornado Victims │The NCBA, FEMA, LANC and the ABA YLD have joined forces to provide free legal services to low-income survivors of the tornado that swept through the Greensboro area on April 15. To serve as a volunteer attorney, email both Lisa Arthur and Andy Jones with your name, email, phone number, and the areas of law with which you are willing to assist (i.e. insurance claims, property issues, landlord-tenant issues, general, etc.) Access link for details.
1. Marcus Allen Shields: 125
2. Brian Tomlin: 88
3. Ronald P. Butler: 86
4. Caroline T. Pemberton: 60
5. Christon Stephanie Halkiotis: 59
Brenton G. Boyce: 45
Moshera Mills: 45
7. Larry Archie: 23
8. Tab Hunter: 4
A Judicial Nominee Special Joint Meeting of the 18th Judicial District Bar and the 18-H Judicial District Bars will be held on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at 3:30 PM in the ballroom of the High Point Country Club, 800 Country Club Drive, High Point, NC 27262.
Saturday, February 17
6:30 – 9:30 PM
Beer & Wine Tasting, Buffet and Raffle set in the aquarium at the Greensboro Science Center.
Please help the Greensboro Bar Association continue the wonderful holiday tradition of buying and presenting a book to each student in the traditional program at Jones Elementary School.
You may donate online at Jones Elementary Project Donations or mail your check made payable to the “Greensboro Bar Foundation” to:
Greensboro Bar Association Foundation
P.O. Box 1825
Greensboro, NC 27402
Although donations will be accepted at any time, we encourage members to act before November 30, 2017 in order to allow time for the books to be ordered through Scholastic.
Please join us for book wrapping at the Holiday Party on Wednesday, December 13th at Elon University School of Law. Wrapping supplies will be provided.
If you have any questions regarding the book drive,
please contact Adam Kerr at email@example.com
or (336) 500-7599. Donate Today! Thank you!
The Greensboro Bar Association established the Distinguished Service Award in 1993 to annually recognize a lawyer for exhibiting a deep devotion to the legal profession and an enduring contribution to the administration of justice and the public good through unselfish service. We were fortunate to have two very deserving recipients this year, Robert H. Edmunds, Jr. and Patrice A. Hinnant.
The Greensboro Bar Association’s 8th Habitat House is well underway! Members, invited guests and the work crew viewed the groundbreaking ceremony before enjoying a delicious bbq chicken lunch on Saturday, April 1. Volunteers are needed to complete the project. You may register at Habitat Online Volunteer Registration.
The Herb Falk Society honors those members of the Greensboro Bar Association who contribute at least 75 hours of pro bono service annually. The fifteen individuals inducted for 2016 were recognized at the March 16 member meeting at the Empire Room. Please join us in congratulating:
Barbara R. Christy – 87.5 Hours
Locke T. Clifford – 77.8 Hours
Elizabeth Collins – 116 Hours
Benjamin Crissman – 98 Hours
Blinn L. Cushman – 111 Hours
Erwin Fuller, Jr. – 100 Hours
Richard W. Gabriel – 76.2 Hours
Holt Gwyn – 168 Hours
Eloise Robinson Hassel – 91.1
Adam G. Kerr – 120.9 Hours
Jennifer L.J. Koenig – 110.75 Hours
Manisha P. Patel – 118 Hours
Steven A. Scoggan – 118.5 Hours
Clark Smith, Jr. – 270.8 Hours
Gerald L. Walden, Jr. – 282 Hours
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