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Rayford K. “Trip” Adams III has joined the Greensboro firm of Turner Enochs & Lloyd as a partner in its business and commercial section. Formerly with Adams & Costley, he is a frequent speaker on bankruptcy issues and judgment and ...

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Superior Court Judge Beverly Beal of Lenoir has completed the Judicial Education Leadership Institute held in Memphis, Tenn. The week-long course consisted of seminars and lectures on education methodology, the psychology of learning, different learning disciplines and educational systems development. ...

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John Bussian has joined the Raleigh office of Smith Helms Mullis & Moore. A First Amendment lawyer, Bussian has also signed on with the North Carolina Press Association’s lobbying team…. Carolyn J. Woodruff, partner in the Greensboro firm of Schoch ...

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Former Mecklenburg County Superior Court Judge Chase Saunders has joined the McNair Law Firm’s Charlotte office, where he will engage in a civil litigation practice. A District Judge and a prosecutor prior to his 15-year Superior Court stint, Saunders was ...

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Frederick S. Barbour, Susan S. Barbour and Curtis W. Euler have joined the Asheville firm of McGuire, Wood & Bissette. The Barbours have practiced law together since graduating from law school at UNC in 1984. Their firm, Barbour & Barbour, ...

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Gaston County lawyer Locke Bell has made a $30,000 contribution to the Gaston College Foundation to establish a scholarship in the name of his late sister. The funds will provide a full scholarship annually to a Salvation Army Boys & ...

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Alexander M. Donaldson has been named of counsel at the Raleigh firm of Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton…. Misty Carden, formerly with the Alamance County DA’s office, has been hired as assistant county attorney for Alamance County. She replaced Robert ...

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