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Kennedy Covington Lobdell & Hickman partner Jefferson W. “Jeff” Brown has won the 2001 [Richard] Vinroot Award for “unselfish, long-term leadership” in Charlotte. Brown’s work in the area of economic development includes service as chairman of the Chamber of Commerce ...

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Steelman Candidate For Appeals Court (access required)

Sanford L. Steelman Jr., Senior Resident Superior Court Judge for Stanly and Union counties has announced his candidacy for the North Carolina Court of Appeals, running on the Republican Party ticket for the seat held by Judge Loretta Biggs. Steelman ...

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Six new partners have been added on at Smith Helms Mullis & Moore, five in Charlotte and one in Greensboro. In Charlotte are Jack H. Cobb (UVa) in commercial litigation, William C. Mayberry (Washington & Lee) also in commercial litigation, ...

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Judge Bill Jones of Charlotte was named the Council for Children’s annual Dolly award winner for his activities on behalf of children. Now retired from the bench, Jones helped start the Charlotte Guardian ad Litem program, Advocates for Children in ...

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Alfred P. “A.P.” Carlton joined the Raleigh office of Kilpatrick Stockton as a partner on Jan. 1. In practice for 27 years, Carlton will assume the presidency of the American Bar Association in August 2002. A UNC law graduate, he ...

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Durham Lawyer Saves Three On Death Row (access required)

Durham lawyer Mark Edwards last month reached a milestone that no other lawyer in the state has achieved. Edwards and his co-counsel have saved three death-row inmates from execution in just over one year. “Absolutely, that’s a record,” Gerda Stein, ...

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Raleigh lawyer A. Bruce Clark has been named president and chief executive officer of Capital Associated Industries, Inc., a membership-based association that provides N.C. employers human resources information, training and compliance services. Clark practiced management-side employment law for 18 years, ...

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Republican lawyer Tim Moore has announced that he will seek the Court of Appeals seat now being held by Judge Hugh B. Campbell, who was appointed in Jan. 2001 by Gov. Jim Hunt. Moore, who lives in Kings Mountain, is ...

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