RALEIGH, N.C. - David Teddy, a 1988 Campbell Law graduate, was recently named North Carolina Advocates for Justice President following a vote of his peers at the organization’s annual convention. Teddy marks the second Campbell Law alum to serve in this capacity, following Rebecca Britton (L ’92) who served as president from 2006-07.
In this role Teddy will lead North Carolina’s more than 4,000 trial lawyers.
An exceptional criminal defense lawyer, Teddy currently practices at Teddy, Meekins & Talbert in Shelby, N.C. Two of his partners, Ralph Meekins (L ’86) and Daniel Talbert (L ’01) are also Campbell Law alumni.
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