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RALIEGH, NC – Chief Justice Sarah Parker recently appointed John W. Narron, a partner with the law firm of Smith Debnam Narron Wyche Saintsing & Myers, to a three-year term on the Family Law Advisory Committee. The committee was established in 1999 to guide the operation, enhancement and expansion of the NC Family Court Program. The committee meets quarterly; it’s broad mission is to advise the Chief Justice and AOC Director, to set guidelines and standards of practice for all Family Court districts, to make recommendations about future legislative action, and to review and make recommendations about the interrelationship between Family Courts and other court programs.
Mr. Narron has been practicing law in North Carolina since 1977. He has represented clients in more than 75 district, superior and federal court venues throughout the state. In 1989, Mr. Narron was a member of the first group of 31 lawyers in North Carolina to be recognized as a Board Certified Family Law Specialist by the North Carolina State Bar. He served a one-year term as Chairman of the NC Bar Association Family Law Council from 2006-2007. Mr. Narron continues to dedicate time to expand his knowledge and educate others on Family Law issues and is a frequent speaker at Family Law seminars.