Beverly Receives Outstanding Alumnus Award

Brian O. Beverly is a 2016 recipient of the Harvey E. Beech Outstanding Alumni Award for Overall Achievement from the General Alumni Association of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Harvey E. Beech Outstanding Alumni Award recognizes outstanding Black alumni who have been stellar leaders within the University community and/or within their local community. This award has three potential categories: Trailblazer (class of 1952 – 1972), Young Alumni (age 40 and under) and Overall Achievement (no class or age requirement).

Brian has held notable leadership positions in various bar organizations, including service on the N.C. Bar Association Board of Governors. In 2008-2009, he served as the first African-American president of the North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys. He is a member of the elite American Board of Trial Advocates and the International Association of Defense Counsel. Currently, he is finishing his term as president of the Wake County Bar Association and the 10th Judicial District Bar. Additionally, Brian has held positions on charitable foundation boards and is extremely proud of his service as a “Big” with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Triangle.

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