Young Moore Honored as Firm of the Year at Wake Bar Awards!

The Wake County Bar Association (WCBA) hosted the Wake Bar Awards on November 3, 2016 at the Museum of History in Raleigh. The annual fundraising event benefitting Legal Aid of North Carolina includes a silent auction and a musical parody program written and performed entirely by lawyers in Wake County. The theme of the night centered around ‘mentorship, marsupials, and mirth’.

In support of WCBA and Legal Aid of NC, Young Moore purchased the top tier sponsorship earning them rights to be recognized as Firm of the Year. Walter E. Brock, Jr., and Angela Farag Craddock, both partners at Young Moore, took to the stage as part of the 17-member cast. Walter lead the horn section where he played trumpet and tambourine. Angela sang, rocking it out with a solo honoring Young Moore as Firm of the Year.

The event raised over $80,000, exceeding the amount raised last year by about $14,000 and breaking the all-time fundraising record. The money will benefit individuals in the community who need legal assistance but are not able to afford a lawyer.

To view the 2016 Wake County Bar Awards Show in its entirety, click on the link below:

About Legal Aid of North Carolina

Legal Aid of North Carolina is a statewide, nonprofit law firm that provides free legal services in civil matters to low-income people in order to ensure equal access to justice and to remove legal barriers to economic opportunity. For more information, please visit

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