North Carolina Museum of History
December 2, 2019

From the Daily Tar Heel by Niharika Vattikonda

Willis Whichard, former associate justice of the N.C. Supreme Court and two-time UNC graduate, has created an exhibit documenting one of North Carolina’s most powerful institutions.

Chief Justice Beasley speaking on camera with Capital Tonight Host Tim Boyum
November 27, 2019

Mark your calendar with the following three opportunities to celebrate our Supreme Court of North Carolina! Read more at Celebrate.NCcourts.org.

Senior Associate Justice Paul Newby speaking to students at Johnston Community College
November 20, 2019

From Johnston Community College

Senior Associate Justice Paul Newby shared some of his experiences as a member of the N.C. Supreme Court with paralegal, history, and criminal justice students at Johnston Community College Wednesday during a visit to main campus.

Chief Justice Cheri Beasley presents Friend of the Court award to Justice Willis Whichard
November 20, 2019

Former Associate Justice Willis Whichard and Raleigh attorney Scott Miskimon were presented with Friend of the Court awards for their service to the Judicial Branch and work on the Supreme Court’s bicentennial exhibit at the North Carolina Museum of HistoryChief Justi

The North Carolina Supreme Court justices take their places Monday before hearing cases in the Guilford County Board of Commissioners chambers in Greensboro
November 19, 2019

From Greensboro News & Record by Danielle Battaglia 

Retired Superior Court Judge Robert Burroughs
November 11, 2019

From Watauga Democrat by Thomas Sherrill

With a number of stories of service and jokes mixed in with solemn messages, Blowing Rock held its annual Veterans Day recognition in the 11th hour of the 11 day of the 11th month on Monday at the town’s American Legion Hall.

Wake County Judge Craig Croom speaks to students about character development
November 2, 2019

From Anson Record

Wake County Superior Court Judge Craig Croom visited Anson Acedemy to share wisdom with students about character development. The visit was a part of a series that the Academy is sponsoring to help students with development. “I come see you so you don’t come see me,” Crrom said to the students.

Chief District Court Judge Amanda ‘Amy’ Wilson spoke to the Rotary Club
October 29, 2019

From the Anson Record

Changes are coming in the court system within Scotland County and, on Tuesday, Chief District Court Judge Amanda “Amy” Wilson visited the Rotary Club to talk about some of those.

Justice Paul Newby speaks at the Rowan Chamber of Commerce’s Power in Partnership Breakfast
October 17, 2019

From Salisbury Post by Terrence Jefferies

N.C. Supreme Court Justice Paul Newby on Thursday spoke at the Rowan Chamber of Commerce’s Power in Partnership Breakfast about where residents of the state derive their rights.

Newby is the senior associate justice of court, was elected in 2004 and is also an adjunct professor at Campbell University School of Law.

Chief Justice Cheri Beasley
October 15, 2019

From GirlScouts.org

The fact that the Honorable Cheri Beasley, the newly appointed chief justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina—and a Gold Award Girl Scout!—is a trailblazer isn’t lost on her. She’s the first African American woman to head up a state supreme court.

Justices of the Supreme Court of North Carolina (Spring 2019)
October 10, 2019

From the Winston-Salem Chronicle

In celebration of the court’s bicentennial anniversary, last week, the Forsyth County Courthouse played host to the Supreme Court of North Carolina.

Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Todd Burke shaking hands with Associate Justice Michael Morgan
October 2, 2019

From the Winston-Salem Journal by Michael Hewlett

The N.C. Supreme Court is hearing two cases today (Wednesday, Oct. 2) at the Forsyth County Hall of Justice. 

The two cases will be heard in Courtroom 6A on the sixth floor of the courthouse. Oral arguments in the first began at 9:30 a.m. After a 30-minute break, the court was to hear the second at 11 a.m.

Senior Associate Justice Paul Newby speaking to court attendees in Asheboro
October 1, 2019

From the Courier Tribune by Megan Crotty

The North Carolina Supreme Court made a stop in Asheboro Tuesday during its 200th anniversary tour of the state. Randolph is just one of about 20 counties that will host the justices.

In celebration of the 200th anniversary of the North Carolina Supreme Court, a special session was held in Rowan County on Monday morning at the Rowan County Administration Building
October 1, 2019

From the Salisbury Post by Shavonne Walker

It’s not often that the North Carolina Supreme Court justices leave Raleigh to hear cases.

In fact, state law mandates that the only two cities that are exceptions are Morganton and Edenton. However, on Monday, all seven justices were in Salisbury to listen to a pair of cases as part of the court’s bicentennial celebration.

Supreme Court of North Carolina posing with Randolph County residents
September 30, 2019

From the Courier Tribune by Annette Jordan

With a loud bang of the gavel, the Supreme Court of North Carolina was welcomed to Asheboro on Monday.

Led by Chief Justice Cheri Beasley, the justices made a special appearance in the 1909 Historic Courthouse, to take photographs with local folks and to prepare for the two sessions Tuesday.

Former Associate Justices of the N.C. Supreme Court Patricia Tmmons-Goodson and Bob Orr
September 25, 2019

From the Salisbury Post by Shavonne Walker

SALISBURY — Two former associate justices of the North Carolina Supreme Court reflected on their time as members of the state’s highest court during a hourlong program Monday night at the Rowan County Courthouse.

Senior Associate Justice Paul Newby speaking to Randolph Community College for Constitution Day
September 17, 2019

From the Courier Tribune by Jamie Biggs

In honor of Constitution Day, Senior Associate Justice of the N.C. Supreme Court and Randolph County native Paul Newby spoke before students and community members at Randolph Community College Tuesday morning.