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Attorney Dinh Tran Recognized as Specialist in Immigration Law

Congratulations to our attorney Dinh Tran on becoming a North Carolina State Bar Board Certified Specialist in Immigration Law! This is a recognition that only 3.9% of attorney in North Carolina have achieved. In North Carolina, there are 1,091 Board...

Congratulations to our attorney Dinh Tran on becoming a North Carolina State Bar Board Certified Specialist in Immigration Law! This is a recognition that only 3.9% of attorney in North Carolina have achieved. In North Carolina, there are 1,091 Board Certified Specialists in a community of approximately 28,200 lawyers. To be certified as a board certified specialist in a practice area, a lawyer must:

  • Be an active member in good standing with the North Carolina State Bar for at least five years,

  • Devote at least 25% of his or her practice to the specialty during the past five years (substantial involvement),

  • Attend continuing legal education (CLE) seminars in the specialty,

  • Be favorably evaluated by other lawyers and judges (peer review), and

  • Pass a written examination in the specialty practice area.

The North Carolina State Bar, an agency of the State of North Carolina, certifies lawyers as specialists in designated practice areas as a service to the public. The program assists members of the public in the selection of legal counsel by identifying lawyers who have demonstrated special knowledge, skill, and proficiency in certain areas of law. The program also gives lawyers a credible way of making their expertise known to the public and other lawyers. Read Full Article

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NEW SPECIALISTS

Friday, December 9, 2022 Congratulations to the new specialists. These lawyers met all of the requirements to be certified by the Board of Legal Specialization on December 9, 2022. Appellate Practice Christopher S. Edwards, Wilmington Troy Shelton, Raleigh Child Welfare Law Edward Eldred, Carrboro Jason Gast, Asheville Elizabeth Kennedy-Gurnee, Durham Rachael J. Hawes, Clyde Diane Walton, Asheville Criminal Law – State Jeffrey Cannon, Winterville Matthew W. Cockman, Wentworth Graham F. Gurnee, Lumberton Meghan Lock, Yanceyville Kelly B. Neal, Jacksonville William Sullivan, Hendersonville Estate Planning Law Orly Reznik, Apex Family Law Jordan Gross, Raleigh Rachel Goodling, Raleigh Paige Inman, Wilmington Angela McIlveen, Gastonia Adam Vorhis, Asheville Richard Waugaman, Raleigh Immigration Law C. Andres Lopez, Charlotte Devon Senges, Greensboro Mary Lynn Tedesco, Charlotte Dinh Tran, Charlotte Privacy Law Sean Fernandes, Raleigh Real Property Law Melissa B. Dixon, Roanoke Rapids Randall L. Perry, Winston-Salem Michael Wilson II, Hickory Utilities Law Benjamin Smith, Raleigh Workers’ Compensation Law Drew Culler, Durham Brian Elston, Asheville Russell Johnson, Wilmington Thomas Lamm, Greenville Ben D. Simpson, Raleigh Jack Waissen, Greensboro J. Carter Whittington, Raleigh Congratulations to the new specialists. These lawyers met all of the requirements to be certified by the Board of Legal Specialization on August 10, 2022. Palmer E. Huffstetler III, Rocky Mount - Bankruptcy Law Business Renae Alt-Summers, Columbia, SC - Criminal Law Federal Kathleen A. Gleason, Greensboro - Criminal Law Federal James W. Kilbourne Jr., Asheville - Criminal Law Federal William R. Terpening, Charlotte - Criminal Law Federal William S. Trivette, Greensboro - Criminal Law Federal A. Burcu Hensley, Raleigh - Criminal Law Juvenile Delinquency Terri A. Johnson, Statesville - Criminal Law Juvenile Delinquency Donna S. Terrell, Dobson - Criminal Law Juvenile Delinquency Filed Under: General News



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