Tharrington Smith family law attorney Jaye Meyer was recently elected by the North Carolina State Bar Council as a member of the Board of Law Examiners of the State of North Carolina. The Board’s Liaison, Chief Justice Sarah Parker of the North Carolina Supreme Court, administered Ms. Meyer’s oath during the Board’s June meeting. The Board of Law Examiners was created for the purpose of examining applicants and providing rules and regulations for admission to the bar, including the issuance of licenses. The Board evaluates applicants’ fitness to practice law, and in addition to reviewing applications and administering two bar examinations each year, the Board is empowered to hold hearings, issues subpoenas, and summon and examine witnesses under oath. Ms. Meyer will serve as one of eleven members on the North Carolina Board of Law Examiners.
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