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Employment History

President

North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys


Chair

NC District Court Judges' Bench Book Committee


Lawyer

Legal Aid


Affiliations

North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys

Member


Web References(63 Total References)


Outstanding Judge of the Year Award - North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys

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Judge Jane V. Harper
Judge Jane V. Harper has been a Charlotte, NC resident since 1970. A 1980 honors graduate of UNC School of Law, her legal experience and professional associations include work as a lawyer for Legal Aid from 1980-84; private practice from 1984-1990 as a family law specialist; and working as a district court judge in the 26th judicial district since 1990. She has been assigned to family court since 1992 where she presides over domestic, juvenile, and domestic violence matters. Judge Harper has also chaired several 26th District committees overseeing family court matters and the 26th District Domestic Violence Committee. She was among the fi rst judges assigned to hold Domestic Violence specialty courts in 1995 (and the only one of those judges still assigned to these courts). She is a past chair of the NC District Court Judges' Bench Book Committee. She received the Charlotte, NC "International Women's Day Woman of the Year" award in 1986 and the Charlotte Women's Political Caucus "Woman of Political Courage" award in 1992. She is a longtime member of NCAWA and is now the Association's fi rst "triple crown" winner - she is the fi rst person to receive the Gwyneth B. Davis Award (1987), to serve as NCAWA president (1992), and to earn the distinction of Judge of the Year. Judge Harper is one of our fi nest examples of an NCAWA member who works tirelessly to support our goals and mission.


www.ncawa.org

Judge Jane V. Harper
Judge Jane V. Harper has been a Charlotte, NC resident since 1970. A 1980 honors graduate of UNC School of Law, her legal experience and professional associations include work as a lawyer for Legal Aid from 1980-84; private practice from 1984-1990 as a family law specialist; and working as a district court judge in the 26th judicial district since 1990. She has been assigned to family court since 1992 where she presides over domestic, juvenile, and domestic violence matters. Judge Harper has also chaired several 26th District committees overseeing family court matters and the 26th District Domestic Violence Committee. She was among the fi rst judges assigned to hold Domestic Violence specialty courts in 1995 (and the only one of those judges still assigned to these courts). She is a past chair of the NC District Court Judges' Bench Book Committee. She received the Charlotte, NC "International Women's Day Woman of the Year" award in 1986 and the Charlotte Women's Political Caucus "Woman of Political Courage" award in 1992. She is a longtime member of NCAWA and is now the Association's fi rst "triple crown" winner - she is the fi rst person to receive the Gwyneth B. Davis Award (1987), to serve as NCAWA president (1992), and to earn the distinction of Judge of the Year. Judge Harper is one of our fi nest examples of an NCAWA member who works tirelessly to support our goals and mission.


NCAWA Presidents - North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys

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Hon. Jane V. Harper


NCAWA - North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys

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Jane V. Harper
Judge Harper has been a Charlotte, NC resident since 1970. A 1980 honors graduate of UNC School of Law, her legal experience and professional associations include work as a lawyer for Legal Aid from 1980-84; private practice from 1984-1990 as a family law specialist; and working as a district court judge in the 26th judicial district since 1990. She has been assigned to family court since 1992 where she presides over domestic, juvenile, and domestic violence matters. Judge Harper has also chaired several 26th District committees overseeing family court matters and the 26th District Domestic Violence Committee. She was among the first judges assigned to hold Domestic Violence specialty courts in 1995 (and the only one of those judges still assigned to these courts). She is a past chair of the NC District Court Judges' Bench Book Committee. She received the Charlotte, NC "International Women's Day Woman of the Year" award in 1986 and the Charlotte Women's Political Caucus "Woman of Political Courage" award in1992. She is a longtime member of NCAWA and is now the Association's first "triple crown" winner - she is the first person to receive the Gwyneth B. Davis Award (1987), to serve as NCAWA president (1992), and to earn the distinction of Judge of the Year. Judge Harper is one of our finest examples of an NCAWA member who works tirelessly to support our goals and mission.


Public: Bar Notes

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District Court Judge Jane Harper has been named the 2005 North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys (NCAWA) Judge of the Year.She is the first to have received the organization's Gwyneth B. Davis Award (1987), to serve as NCAWA president (1992) and to be named Judge of the Year.


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