Greensboro attorney installed as NC Bar Association’s president

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — Greensboro attorney Alan W. Duncan was installed as the 118th president of the North Carolina Bar Association on Sunday.

The ceremony took place at the NCBA Annual Meeting in Asheville and Justice Robert Edmunds of the N.C. Supreme Court administered the oath of office.

“I am very thankful for the opportunity to serve our profession in the role of president of the North Carolina Bar Association,” Duncan said, according to a prepared statement.

Duncan practices with Turning Point Litigation – Van Laningham Duncan PLLC.

He served on the NCBA Board of Governors from 2004-07 and is a past chair of the Litigation Section and the Trial Practice Curriculum Committee. A past president of the N.C. Association of Defense Attorneys.

Duncan was elected to the Guilford County Board of Education in 2000 and has served since 2002 as its chair. He was a 1976 graduate of Davidson College and 1979 graduate of the Vanderbilt University School of Law.

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