Charlotte, NC — Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP is pleased to announce that Craig Lynch has been appointed to the board of the North Carolina State Bar’s Lawyer Assistance Program (LAP).
Craig will serve as one of three North Carolina State Bar councilors along with three LAP volunteers and three clinicians on the nine-member board. The board establishes policy related to the program’s mission of providing free, confidential, non-disciplinary assistance to lawyers, judges, and law students in addressing mental health issues, including problems with drugs or alcohol, and other life stresses that may impair an attorney’s ability to effectively practice law.
The board also oversees the program’s operation in regard to statutes governing the practice of law and the rules of the board.
At Parker Poe, Craig is a commercial real estate lawyer who brings more than 37 years of experience to his practice. By taking a proprietary interest in his clients’ matters and prioritizing responsiveness, he successfully enables buyers, sellers, borrowers, lenders, developers, owners, tenants, and landlords to navigate all of the challenges encountered in real property transactions.
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