RALEIGH, N.C. - The Honorable Robert B. Rader was presented with the James Iredell Award on Thursday, March 30 by Campbell Law School’s Phi Alpha Delta (PAD) law fraternity. Judge Rader, who serves as the Chief District Court Judge for the Tenth Judicial District, is a 1985 Campbell Law graduate.
Judge Rader was appointed to this post in November 2007 by former North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Sara Parker. Judge Rader has served as a District Court Judge for more than 22 years having originally been appointed by Governor James B. Hunt, Jr. in 1994. Judge Rader was re-elected in 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016. Judge Rader received his undergraduate degree from NC State University prior to attending Campbell Law where he served as Chief Justice of the Honor Court.
Since 1980 the James Iredell Award has been presented each year by Campbell Law’s PAD chapter to an individual who has made significant contributions to the legal profession and to Campbell Law. The award, inspired by the life and writings of Justice James Iredell, the namesake of Campbell Law’s PAD chapter, honors the recipient’s accomplishments, tenacity and effort.
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