Governor Cooper Appoints Rep. Darren Jackson to Court of Appeals | Beaufort County Now | Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced that he has appointed North Carolina State Representative Darren Jackson to a seat on the North Carolina Court of Appeals. | governor, roy cooper, darren jackson, court of appeals, appointment, december 30, 2020

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Governor Cooper Appoints Rep. Darren Jackson to Court of Appeals

Press Release:

    RALEIGH: Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced that he has appointed North Carolina State Representative Darren Jackson to a seat on the North Carolina Court of Appeals. He will fill the vacancy created by Phil Berger Jr., who has been elected to the North Carolina Supreme Court.

    "Darren Jackson has spent his legal career fighting for a more fair and just North Carolina," Governor Cooper said. "His decades of experience as a lawyer and elected public servant have prepared him for the bench, and I'm grateful for his willingness to continue serving our state with honor."

    Jackson has spent the past twelve years serving as a Representative in the North Carolina General Assembly, where he recently served two terms as the minority leader along with serving on the North Carolina Sentencing Commission and the North Carolina Courts Commission.

    Additionally, Jackson has practiced criminal and civil cases with Gay, Jackson & McNally law firm for 24 years. He is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association, Wake County Bar Association, 10th Judicial District Bar Association, and the North Carolina Advocates of Justice, and has served several civic boards and committees throughout his career. Jackson earned his Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his Juris Doctor from Duke University School of Law.


  • Contact: Ford Porter
  •     govpress@nc.gov



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