(CHARLOTTE, N.C.)—Mac McCarley, a Partner in the Charlotte office of Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP, was recently elected to the position of 26th Judicial District State Bar Councilor by members of the Mecklenburg County Bar.
The North Carolina State Bar Council, comprised of more than 60 attorneys from 45 districts across the state, serves as the governing body of the North Carolina State Bar. Mr. McCarley will work with other councilors to develop and enforce rules surrounding professional ethics and conduct, investigate and prosecute matters of professional misconduct, resolve questions pertaining to membership status and arbitrate disputes concerning legal fees.
Mr. McCarley concentrates his practice in advising local governments and private sector clients in regulatory and public policy matters. Prior to joining Parker Poe, he served as City Attorney for the City of Charlotte for 17 years.
Mr. McCarley is a member of the Mecklenburg Bar Foundation (MBF) board of directors and served as board chair from 2010-2011. He also held the position of chair of the MBF Patrons’ Fund Campaign. Mr. McCarley has also served as president of the Rotary Club of Charlotte, chair of the Mecklenburg County United Way Annual Campaign and chair and member of the University of North Carolina School of Government Foundation's board of directors.
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