Martin served as judge from 1985-1988, and 1992-2004, and as Chief Judge from 2004-2014.
Former Chief Justice Sarah Parker and former Governor Jim Hunt participated in this historic ceremony.
The decision comes just weeks after an official recommendation was submitted by an advisory commission established by the Court.
Clerk Roeder is one of only nine clerks of the Supreme Court to have her portrait painted and displayed in the Supreme Court building.
Tabitha Holton’s 1878 law license is now part of the Supreme Court of North Carolina’s collection of historic legal artifacts.
The portrait will hang in the Pasquotank County Courthouse in keeping with a tradition of honoring past superior court judges.
The Supreme Court issued an administrative order establishing an advisory commission on portraits.
In a ceremony on Tuesday, April 10, the Supreme Court of North Carolina honored the women justices who have served on the state's highest
Cumberland County Bar Association and 12th Judicial District Bar will honor the 240th anniversary of the North Carolina Superior Court.
In a ceremony on Thursday, August 31, the Supreme Court of North Carolina honored the African-American justices.
he Court of Appeals held special sessions and a commemorative unveiling of a judges' portrait wall.
The Court of Appeals will hold special sessions and a commemorative event on Thursday, May 18.
Benjamin R. David, recently received the Watson College of Education 2017 Razor Walker Award.
The Supreme Court unveiled five additions to its collection of portraits of former chief justices.
Chief Justice Rhoda Bryan Billings was joined in the Supreme Court courtroom on December 15 for the dedication of her portrait.
Former Chief Justice Burley B. Mitchell Jr. had his portrait dedicated at the Supreme Court of North Carolina.
The Supreme Court of North Carolina met in Ceremonial Session to honor one of it's former members.
All gathered in the Supreme Court courtroom on December 8 to Dedicate a portrait of former Chief Justice Henry E. Frye.
All gathered in the Supreme Court courtroom to dedicate a portrait of former Chief Justice James G. Exum.
All gathered in the Supreme Court courtroom recently to dedicate a portrait of former Chief Justice I. Beverly Lake, Jr (2001 - 2006).