Carol Anderson, a clinical professor at the Wake Forest University School of Law, was named the president of the Forsyth County Bar Association for 2000-2001.
Anderson has been a member of the law school’s faculty since 1984. She serves as director of trial practice and as director of the clinical program.
Under Anderson’s direction, the Wake Forest Trial Advocacy Program won the American College of Trial Lawyer’s Emil Gumpert Award for Excellence in Teaching Trial Advocacy, a national award. Among Anderson’s other honors are the Charles L. Becton Award for Trial Advocacy Teaching from the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers and the Richard S. Jacobson Award for Excellence in Teaching Trial Advocacy from the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
Prior to being named president, Anderson has served as president elect and vice president of the Forsyth County Bar Association. Her other professional affiliations include membership in the North Carolina Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the American Inns of Court, and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
Anderson is a graduate of Duke University School of Law. Before coming to Wake Forest, she served in the Forsyth County District Attorney’s Office from 1982 to 1985.
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