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Kara F. McIvor and Robert A. Fleury Jr. have joined Crumley & Associates’ Winston-Salem office. McIvor is a graduate of the Washington & Lee University School of Law. Before joining the firm, she was managing member of her own firm ...

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Hunton & Williams honors pro bono work (access required)

Hunton & Williams LLP recently honored 16 attorneys from its Raleigh office for their ongoing pro bono work and community service. Four received the E. Randolph Williams Award for outstanding commitment to pro bono work. The E. Randolph Williams Award ...

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Dan M. Hartzog of Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog was inducted into the Litigation Counsel of America at its spring conference and induction of fellows in New York City. His firm’s managing partner, Hartzog has been practicing defense litigation in Raleigh ...

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Leigh C. Bagley has joined Bell, Davis & Pitt as an associate in the firm’s Winston-Salem office, where she concentrates in commercial real estate. A Wake Forest law graduate, previously she was at the Greensboro office of Nexsen Pruet Adams ...

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Craig Cannon, an associate at Womble Carlyle’s Winston-Salem office, has been elected to serve as secretary of the North Carolina Bar Association’s young lawyers division. He is a member of the firm’s products liability litigation practice group…. Amy H. Kincaid ...

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NCBA award winners (access required)

Presented June 21-24 at the N.C. Bar Association’s annual meeting in Asheville Judge John J. Parker Memorial Award Henry E. Frye (Greensboro) The highest honor awarded by the NCBA, it is bestowed in recognition of “conspicuous service to the cause ...

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NCCU praised for legal education (access required)

North Carolina Central University’s School of Law may be one of the best kept secrets around. According to Vault, Inc., a publishing firm that researches and collects data on diverse professions, the law school has not received proper acknowledgment. Vault ...

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