RALEIGH, N.C. - Campbell Law Assistant Dean for Administration Zeke Bridges will serve as the keynote speaker at the Wake County Christian Legal Society (CLS) monthly luncheon on Friday, May 16. Bridges will speak on mentoring and the legal profession.
The luncheon will be held in room 105 at Campbell Law beginning at 12:30 p.m.
“I am excited for the opportunity to share with the Wake County CLS,” said Bridges. “Campbell Law views the practice of a law as a calling to serve others. Mentorship allows us to serve and nurture law students and the newest members of the legal community, while serving as good stewards of our profession.”
Bridges, a 2003 Campbell Law graduate, serves as the law school’s chief financial officer and oversees human resources, the physical facility, technology, student life and pro bono services. He joined the law school administration as the director of mentorship in January 2013, establishing the Connections mentorship program from the ground up, soliciting mentors, assisting mentees, and managing the program through the spring 2014 pilot phase. He was elevated to his current role this past January.
Named to the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA) Leadership Academy this past February, Bridges is active in the legal profession. He holds memberships in the American Bar Association (ABA) and the ABA Center for Professional Responsibility, North Carolina State Bar, Tenth Judicial District Bar, NCBA, Wake County Bar Association, The Susie Sharp Inn of Court, and National Legal Mentoring Consortium. He serves on the NCBA Professionalism Committee, Wake County Bar Association & Tenth Judicial District Bar’s Professionalism Committee, and is co-chair of the Mentoring Subcommittee. Bridges is also immensely active in his local community, serving with Prevent Child Abuse N.C., Lawyer on the Line, the Cary Chamber of Commerce, Heart of Cary Association, New Waverly Place Board of Directors, and the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce.
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