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Smith Moore's Ted Edwards Elected to WCBA Board of Directors


December 12, 2007

Edwards continues Smith Moore's leadership in service organization

RALEIGH – Smith Moore LLP attorney Ted Edwards has been elected to the Wake County Bar Association (WCBA) Board of Directors. Edwards will begin serving his two-year term in January.

Edwards focuses his law practice on construction, land use and development matters. His role on the board for the association will include creating opportunities with charitable organizations throughout the county, in addition to scheduling regular meetings and planning social functions. "I look forward to helping maintain the significant outreach role played by the Wake County Bar Association," Edwards commented. "The WCBA's charitable commitment and professional development offerings appeal to many attorneys in Wake County, and I'm excited to have been elected to a leadership role within the association."

The WCBA is a volunteer association comprised of 2100 attorneys throughout Wake County. Edwards is the latest in a long line of Smith Moore attorneys to be involved as leaders for the WCBA, including former North Carolina Court of Appeals Chief Judge Sidney Eagles, who is the immediate past-president of the association. "The Wake County Bar is fortunate that Ted Edwards is willing to serve as one of our directors," Eagles added. "Smith Moore lawyers have consistently been among the strong leaders participating in local, state, and national professional organizations and Ted carries on that tradition."

Contact: Donnie Turlington
For Smith Moore LLP
336-275-7000
dturlington@bouvierkelly.com

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