Superior Court Judge Quentin T. Sumner received the Judicial District Professionalism Award for his service in the 8th Judicial District.
Womble was the very first recipient of the Chief Justice's Professionalism Award.
Jordan was a role model for women seeking a career in the legal field.
This award is presented to courthouse employees whose contributions have demonstrated the highest commitment to genuine professionalism.
He earned recognition and praise as a general practitioner in Beaufort County for over 70 years.
Almost half of NC counties are considered "legal deserts," which is defined as having fewer than one attorney per 1,000 residents.
McMillan candidly shares his story and the wisdom he gained over his 50 years in the practice of law.
Drennan served as NCAOC Director and is a retired professor from the University of North Carolina School of Government.
History Room is a legal history museum containing artifacts of North Carolina's judiciary and its contributions to American Jurisprudence.
Assistant District Attorney Elizabeth Dierauf and Official Court Reporter Kimmel McDiarmid are the recipients of the most recent award.
Harrelson was North Carolina's first and longest-serving public defender.
The court manager employees have consistently demonstrated professionalism and have gained the respect of their peers.
Inspired by father's real-life "To Kill a Mockingbird" trial, Brinkley participated in U.S. Supreme Court case to desegregate UNC Law.
The award was presented to Max Ashworth by Chief Justice Paul Newby.
Leonard shares stories from his personal and professional life and expounds on his recent book "From Welcome to Windhoek: A Judge's Journey"
Recipients have demonstrated intellectual honesty, compassion, and practical skills in the practice of law.
All Things Judicial Features an Interview with Former Supreme Court of North Carolina Associate Justice Harry C. Martin
Martin served on the Superior Court, Court of Appeals, Supreme Court, and Cherokee Supreme Court.
All Things Judicial Features an Interview with Former Supreme Court of North Carolina Associate Justice David M. Britt
Britt was Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives where he was instrumental in establishing the unified court system.
James "Jimbo" S. Perry Named as Co-Executive Director of the Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism
Mr. Perry's tenure as co-executive director begins January 1, 2023.
Throughout a 50-year law practice, Morgan embodied professionalism and public service.