Professor Luellen Curry nominated to serve as a NCBA vice president
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Office of Communications and Public Relations
May 22, 2012
Luellen Curry, associate professor of Legal Analysis, Writing and Research at the Wake Forest University School of Law, has been nominated to serve a one-year term as a vice president of the North Carolina Bar Association.
Others nominated by the NCBA Board of Governors, convening April 20-21 in Charlotte, for one-year terms as vice president are:
• Justice Barbara A. Jackson of Raleigh who serves on the N.C. Supreme Court;
• Judge Paul C. Ridgeway of Raleigh who serves on the N.C. Superior Court; and
• Judge William C. Farris of Wilson who serves on the N.C. District Court.
Formal approval of the vice presidents and other officers will take place on Saturday, June 23, at the second General Session of the 2012 Annual Meeting in Wilmington at the Hilton Wilmington Riverside.
Curry has been teaching Legal Writing since 1989. A past winner of the Black Law Students Association Teacher Appreciation Award, she is currently a board member of Mediation Services of Forsyth County, Disability Advocates of Northwest N.C., and Legal Aid of N.C.-Winston Salem. She has served as president of the North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys, chairperson of the East Winston Community Development Corporation, and Treasurer of the North Carolina Black Repertory Company.
In practice, Curry was a staff attorney with the Legal Aid Society of Northwest North Carolina, and a Reginald Heber Smith Community Lawyer Fellow. She and her husband Carlton Eversley have two children.