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Forsyth County Bar Association - 31st Judicial District Bar

Officers & Executive Committee

  • 21-22 Executive Committee

Stuart Russell, President FCBA/21st JDB

Hon. Kristin Kelly BroylesPresident Elect, FCBA, 

Hon. Frederick Adams, Vice President.FCBA, Vice President JDB

James Quander, Secretary FCBA

Jasmine Pitt, Treasurer (FCBA), Sec./Treas. JDB

Hon. Carrie F. Vickery, Immediate Past-President

Kelley Gondring, Past-President

Allison Tomberlin, Past-President

Ben Winicoff, Young Lawyers

Dylan Greenwood, Crim. Def. Trial Attorneys

Harold Eustache, Crim. Def. Trial Attorneys

Matt Breeding, District Attorney's Office

Susan Simos, Women Attorneys

Harold Eustache, Winston-Salem Bar

Alison Ashe-Card, Ethics and Grievance

Reggie Mathis, Business Law

Gregory Parks, Wake Law Rep

Paul James, Public Defender

Josh Bennett, At Large

Paul Foley, At-large

Hon. Ted Kazakos, At-large

Hon. George Cleland, IV, District Councilor

Kevin G. Williams, District Councilor

  • Budget/Finance Committee

This committee is composed of the officers and chaired by the treasurer.

  • Nominating Committee

This committee is composed of the last three past-presidents of the FCBA (chaired by the immediate past president) and representatives of the Young Lawyers, Forsyth Women Attorneys, Winston-Salem Bar and Criminal Defense Trial Attorneys.  The committee meets in May or early June of each year to prepare a slate of officers for submission to the membership.  Elections are held at July Annual Meeting.

  • Ethics and Grievance Committee

"An  Ethics  and Grievance Committee comprised of six (6) active members of the District  Bar  shall  be  elected  by  the  membership  of  the District Bar as provided in these By-laws.   The members of this committee will serve three-year terms with two  (2)  new members elected each year.   The terms of two (2) members of the initial Ethics and Grievance Committee shall begin with the date of their election and end on June 30, 1985; the terms of another two (2) members shall begin with the date of their election and end on June 30, 1986; the terms of the two (2) remaining members shall begin  with the date of their election and  end  on  June  30,  1987. The  category  into which  each initial Ethics and Grievance Committee member falls shall be determined by lot after his or her election."  See Grievance Procedures for more information.

  • Domestic Violence Advocacy Center

The Domestic Violence Advocacy Center is a collaboration of the FCBA, Legal Aid Society of Northwest North Carolina and Wake Forest University School of Law.  In domestic violence cases, the initial protective order is issued on an emergency basis without notice to the batterer, so a hearing is held ten days later for the judge to hear from both sides.  It is at that hearing that year-long protective orders are established, and it is here that the FCBA vounteer lawyers are vital.  The volunteer students conduct the initial interviews, complete the paperwork and assist the lawyers.

Forsyth County Bar Association/31st Judicial District Bar staff:

  Executive Director:
  James T. Robinson, MBA  
Administrative Order, is attached, along with the new "Medical Malpractice Case Notification and Consultation" Form.
Bar Meetings
Second Monday of each month except June, August & December.

The July meeting is our annual meeting (jointly with the 31st JDB) when officers are elected.

Related Organizations
  Forsyth County Criminal Defense Trial Attorneys
Forsyth County Women Attorneys Association
Forsyth County Young Lawyers Association
Winston-Salem Bar Association
Legal Support Staff of Winston-Salem
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Forsyth County Hall of Justice
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