Julian Wright Elected to NCBA Board of GovernorsPDF
Robinson Bradshaw attorney Julian H. Wright Jr. was elected to the North Carolina Bar Association’s board of governors at the association’s annual meeting. He joins fellow Robinson Bradshaw attorney Robert E. Harrington in serving on the board.
“I am honored to join the board and serve alongside my peers in advancing the interests of our profession and the cause of justice in North Carolina,” said Wright.
The 19-member board of governors provides leadership and governance to the NCBA with most board members also serving as the board of directors for the North Carolina Bar Foundation. NCBA membership exceeds 20,000 lawyers, judges, paralegals and law students from across the state.
Wright practices in the areas of employment law, business litigation, and government and internal investigations. He is also a certified Superior Court mediator and maintains an active pro bono practice. Wright’s accolades include Legal Aid of North Carolina’s Outstanding Individual Pro Bono Service Award and regular recognition in publications like Chambers USA, Best Lawyers and Super Lawyers. Wright earned a law degree and a Master of Divinity degree from Vanderbilt University, and he received a bachelor’s degree magna cum laude from Davidson College.