Dunn to Serve on NCBA Judicial Independence and Integrity Committee

Young Moore attorney, Christy C. Dunn, has been selected to serve on the The Judicial Independence and Integrity Committee of the North Carolina Bar Association for 2022.

The Judicial Independence and Integrity Committee of the North Carolina Bar Association strives, through educational and public information efforts, to increase awareness across all stakeholders of the importance of an independent judiciary and the critical role of the judicial branch. This committee supports the integrity of the civil and criminal justice systems in North Carolina by monitoring and addressing important issues affecting the judicial branch such as funding, overcrowded court dockets, new courts, public defender offices and other court needs. This committee is comprised of judges, former judges, and licensed attorneys practicing law in North Carolina.

Christy is an attorney at Young Moore where she represents insurers and businesses in a variety of civil litigation matters including insurance coverage, employment, electric, and long-term care claims. She is a magna cum laude graduate of Campbell Law School and holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. While attending law school, Christy interned in the Office of the Solicitor General of North Carolina and for The Honorable J. Douglas McCullough at the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Before joining Young Moore, she clerked for The Honorable Allegra Collins at the North Carolina Court of Appeals. She is active in several organizations in the community.

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