The MCB Young Lawyers Division is once again pairing with Salvation Army for its Angel Tree Program. This program is an excellent opportunity to provide gifts for children who come from low-income families and/or live in foster care or group homes who might not otherwise receive gifts.
This year, the YLD is inviting all MCB members to participate in the project to increase the impact in our community and provide even more gifts to children in need.
To learn more or to request your Angel tags, click here.
The Mecklenburg County Bar welcomes nominations for the 2018-19 MCB Extraordinary Pro Bono Service Awards. To see the criteria for this year's awards, please click here.
Please submit nominations to ProBonoAwards@meckbar.org before 5 p.m. on January 8, 2019. Any attorney or law firm may submit nominations. Nominations should state all relevant information, including the types of volunteer work performed, the approximate number of pro bono hours worked (if known), and the impact of the nominee's volunteer work. Winners will receive their awards at the annual Bar Leadership Dinner on February 7, 2019.
The 26th Judicial District Bar held an election to fill six of its seven seats on the North Carolina State Bar Council effective January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2021. The following incumbent candidates ran unopposed and were declared elected pursuant to 27 N.C.A.C. 1A, Section .0803 of the Rules of the North Carolina State Bar: David Neal Allen; Robert C. (Bobby) Bowers; A. Todd Brown, Sr.; Mark P. Henriques, and Eben T. Rawls. Gena Graham Morris ran unopposed for Nancy Black Norelli’s seat and was also declared elected. DeWitt “Mac” McCarley remains on the Council, with a current term ending December 31, 2019.