On Tuesday, Nov. 1, North Carolina Court of Appeals Judge John Tyson will address the Kiwanis Club of Cape Fear in Fayetteville in support of the N.C. Judicial Branch’s initiative to increase public understanding of the judicial system’s role and its impact on citizens.
Judge Tyson volunteered to speak to the Kiwanis Club as part of the new Speakers Bureau launched by the Judicial Branch – a free service throughout the state. Comprised of more than 300 volunteer speakers in all 100 counties, the Speakers Bureau is committed to raising awareness and increasing the understanding of the rule of law and the role of N.C. courts.
Guest speaker, Judge John Tyson, addresses the Kiwanis Club of Cape Fear. The meeting is a public event, and members of the media are welcome to attend.
Currently serving on the Court of Appeals, Judge Tyson has more than 15 years of judicial experience. He teaches law at Campbell University and serves as a continuing legal education author and presenter, having published several scholarly law review and journal articles.
Tuesday, Nov. 1, at 12:30 p.m.
Super King, 515 N. McPherson Church Road, Fayetteville, NC 28303
The Kiwanis Club requested Judge Tyson as a speaker through the Judicial Branch Speakers Bureau. To request a speaker for your organization, please visit Celebrate.NCcourts.org/Speakers-Bureau and complete the online request form. Please submit requests four to six weeks in advance of the desired speaking date. Speakers are provided based on availability.