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Smith Moore Legal Assistant Reappointed to the North Carolina Courts Commission

Smith Moore Legal Assistant Reappointed to the North Carolina Courts Commission


November 15, 2006

GREENSBORO – Karen C. Johnson, a Litigation Legal Assistant at the Greensboro office of Smith Moore LLP, has been appointed to the North Carolina Courts Commission for the third time.  Governor Mike Easley appointed Johnson in September and she will continue to serve on the Courts Commission until June 2009.

Johnson is responsible for examining the judicial system and making recommendations to the General Assembly on any changes that can improve the administration of justice.  She will also study the structure, organization, jurisdiction procedures and personnel of the state court system.

Governor James Hunt initially appointed Johnson to the North Carolina Courts Commission in October 2000.

Johnson began her employment in Greensboro with Smith Moore in 1976.

Contact: Lisa Bahaw-Thornton
For Smith Moore LLP
336-275-7000
lbahaw-thornton@bouvierkelly.com

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