Chief Justice'S Commission On Professionalism
Court Managers Receive Professionalism Awards
The court manager employees have consistently demonstrated professionalism and have gained the respect of their peers.
All Things Judicial Features Interview with Attorney Walter F. Brinkley, Jr.
Inspired by father's real-life "To Kill a Mockingbird" trial, Brinkley participated in U.S. Supreme Court case to desegregate UNC Law.
Assistant Public Defender Receives 2022 Professionalism Award
The award was presented to Max Ashworth by Chief Justice Paul Newby.
All Things Judicial Interviews Campbell Law School Dean Rich Leonard
Leonard shares stories from his personal and professional life and expounds on his recent book "From Welcome to Windhoek: A Judge's Journey"
Chief Justice Paul Newby Presents Annual Professionalism Awards for 2022
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.
All Things Judicial Features an Interview with Former United States Senator Robert B. Morgan
Throughout a 50-year law practice, Morgan embodied professionalism and public service.
Chief Justice Paul Newby Recognizes Court Employees for Professionalism
Chief Justice Newby recently recognized three Judicial Branch employees for their professionalism.
All Things Judicial Features an Interview with Historic Superior Court Judge Shirley L. Fulton
Fulton was the first African American woman prosecutor in Mecklenburg County, and first African American woman superior court judge in NC.
All Things Judicial Features an Interview with Former Campbell University President Norman Adrian Wiggins
In 1976, Wiggins founded the law school at Campbell University named in his honor, the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law.
Chief Justice Paul Newby Recognizes Courthouse Employees for Professionalism
Chief Justice Newby recently recognized three Judicial Branch and courthouse employees for their professionalism.
All Things Judicial Features an Interview with former Chief Justice James G. Exum, Jr.
Exum reflects on his early life, career in the state judicial system, and the importance of the judiciary in maintaining our democracy.
All Things Judicial Features an Interview with former U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Allyson Duncan
Judge Duncan reflects on her family, legal service, and professionalism in the North Carolina legal system.
All Things Judicial Features an Interview with former Chief Justice Burley Mitchell
Mitchell created the Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism with the mission to enhance professionalism among NC lawyers.
Chief Justice Paul Newby Presents Professionalism Awards
Awards were presented April 20 at the joint reception and dinner of the North Carolina State Bar and the North Carolina Bar Association.
All Things Judicial Features an Interview with former Chief Justice Henry Frye
Former Chief Justice Frye was the first African American associate justice and chief justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina.
All Things Judicial Podcast Focuses on Professionalism in the Legal Community
The Commission provides continuing legal education and acts as a voluntary peer intervention program involving professionalism issues.
New All Things Judicial Podcast Episode Focuses on Enhancing Professionalism Among North Carolina Lawyers
Chief Justice’s Commission on Professionalism Executive Director Mel Wright interviews Kinston attorney Jimbo Perry.