Call 4 All 2019 Photos

From your 2019 4 ALL Site chairs Angie Dorsey and John Noor:  Thank you to all of the wonderful volunteers who showed up to answer the deluge of calls at WLOS from 7 AM to 7 PM on Friday, March 1, the 12th Annual 4ALL statewide day of service.  Our 42 volunteers answered 1,078 calls from the public.  Special thanks to Judge Susan Dotson-Smith and NCBA President Jacqueline Grant for showing up in the wee hours of the morning to promote the event on the early news broadcast so that our volunteer attorneys stayed busy fielding calls the entire day.

Listed by AM to PM shifts:  Victoria Bender, William Christy, Pete Henry, Julia Horrocks, Zac Lamb, Tod Leaven, Denise Lockett, Bill Whalen, William Fay, Jason Gast, Natalie, Gray, Margie Huggins, Brian Lawler, Mark Melrose, Ben Pitts, Jack Poisson, Bonnie Refinski-Knight, Ben Scales, Elizabeth Dechant, Mary Hervig, Daniel Harvig, Kenny Hunt, Kathryn Madison, Peter McGuire, Adrienne Roberson, Marc Rudow, Susan Russo Klein, Ashley Saville-Amtower, Carter Webb, Nicole Engel, Cynthia Alleman, Rebecca Darchuk, Johanna Finkelstein, Meredith Gregory, Sheila Lambert, Gabrielle Paschall Trott, Judy Rudolph, and Heidi Stewart.

Annual Meeting 2018 Photos

At the Bar’s Annual Meeting on Wednesday, June 13:

Joseph McGuire of McGuire, Wood & Bissette received the NCBA/28thJDB Centennial Award. In his nomination, he was lauded as a leader who has “served Asheville and WNC for decades with thoughtful care and compassion for the people living and working here.”

Kenny Hunt of Roberts & Stevens received the the Buncombe County Bar’s 2018 Professionalism Award. His nomination called him a “credit to our Bar,” and noted that he is knowledgeable about the law and effective at trial, but also encourages his clients to be reasonable and settle matters when possible.

Zephyr Jost Sullivan of MGC Insurance Defense was named the 2018 Distinguished Young Lawyer. She was the Young Lawyer Pro Bono Award winner in 2017, and is a past president of the Bar’s YLD.

In addition, President James Kilbourne reviewed the year’s accomplishments, and new members of the Executive Committee were approved by members.

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