Chief Justice Mark Martin announced today that Amy Funderburk will be appointed as clerk of court for the Supreme Court of North Carolina. She will be the 16th clerk for the Supreme Court in Raleigh, replacing the current interim clerk of court, Christie Roeder.
The duties of the clerk are set forth in the North Carolina General Statutes. Pursuant to statute, Funderburk will take the oath of office before beginning to perform her duties.
Funderburk currently is deputy general counsel with the N.C. Administrative Office of the Courts, where she has worked since 2010. She also serves as an adjunct professor of law at Campbell University. Prior to joining the N.C. Judicial Branch, Funderburk served as an assistant attorney general with the N.C. Department of Justice. Prior to earning her law degree at the University of North Carolina, Funderburk earned undergraduate and graduate degrees at East Carolina University and worked with children in the behavioral health field.