Salisbury lawyer elected president of the NC State Bar Association
SALISBURY, NC (WBTV) – A lawyer from Salisbury has been elected president of the State Bar Association of North Carolina.
Darrin Jordan, partner of Whitley Jordan & Inge PA, in Salisbury, was sworn in in a ceremony chaired by Chief Justice Paul Newby at the State Bar’s annual meeting and dinner in Raleigh on Thursday evening.
“I am extremely touched and honored that the leaders of the State Bar of North Carolina and Bar Advisors representing judicial districts across the state of North Carolina have chosen me to lead them next year.” , Jordan said. “I look forward to working with the other officers, advisers and excellent staff of the State Bar as we continue our mission of protecting the public. “
According to the organization’s website, the North Carolina State Bar was established in 1933 by the North Carolina General Assembly as the government agency responsible for regulating the legal profession in North Carolina. North. The state bar currently regulates over 28,000 licensed lawyers. Protecting the public and protecting our justice system are the objectives of regulation.
The North Carolina State Bar is governed by 61 members advice whose members are lawyers elected by lawyers from their home community. The interests of the public are represented by three board members who are not lawyers and who are appointed by the governor and other elected officials. Four officers are elected by board members to provide leadership. The day-to-day operations of the State Bar are handled by a Staff over 80 lawyers and non-lawyers.
The funds to operate the Law Society come from dues paid by members.
Originally from Salisbury and graduated in 1983 from Salisbury High, Jordan graduated from Catawba College with a BA in Political Science and Accounting in 1987 and graduated from Campbell University School of Law in 1990.
Jordan is the first Rowan County lawyer to hold the # 1 spot in the state bar.
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