Mike Weddington Appointed to North Carolina Bar Association Judicial Performance Evaluation Committee
Raleigh, NC – Mike Weddington, Of Counsel to Smith Anderson, has been appointed to the North Carolina Bar Association Judicial Performance Evaluation (JPE) Committee. The JPE Committee was created in 2008 to conduct a judicial performance evaluation survey of Superior and District Court Judges whose seats are up for election in the next election cycle. The Committee serves to strengthen the trial court judiciary by providing the citizens of North Carolina with information to make informed and educated choices when voting for trial court judges.
Mike has been a member of the North Carolina Bar Association’s Administration of Justice Committee (AOJ) for many years, including chairing the Committee from 2008 to 2010, where he was deeply involved in the design of both the survey for evaluation of sitting trial court judges and the survey for evaluation of lawyers seeking election to the trial court.
About Mike Weddington
Mike Weddington has more than 35 years of commercial litigation experience and has represented organizations and individuals across the spectrum of commercial and business disputes. In addition, he provides advice on a wide variety of construction matters, with a particular focus on payment and performance surety bond issues. Mike also represents licensed professionals in both licensing and disciplinary matters before state licensing boards, with an emphasis on medical professionals.
About Smith Anderson
Since our founding in 1912, Smith Anderson has grown to more than 120 attorneys and is the largest law firm headquartered in North Carolina’s Research Triangle area. We serve clients ranging in size from large public companies to emerging growth businesses, providing a full range of legal services to assist our clients in accomplishing their goals. The knowledge and experience of our attorneys makes us well-positioned to handle the litigation and business matters that our clients face. For more information, please visit www.SmithLaw.com.