McGuireWoods LLP announced today that the firm’s deputy managing partner and
litigation practice head,
Terrence M. “Terry” Bagley, has been selected to join Campbell Law School’s
newly formed board of visitors.
The board is composed of a select group of renowned leaders in business and
law, assembled to serve as an ongoing resource for innovative ideas, and to act
as a sounding board for the dean, senior administration, and faculty. Each
member will serve a renewable two-year term and attend biannual meetings. The
inaugural meeting is Sept. 9-10, 2010, at the law school’s Raleigh campus.
Board members will serve as thought leaders, assist with developing and
evaluating the law school’s strategic plan and new initiatives, and help guide
the implementation of best practices to enhance the law school’s national
visibility. Members will also help foster relationships throughout the legal and
business communities, nonprofit organizations, higher education institutions,
and government agencies interested in partnering with the law school.
“I’m honored to have been selected to serve on the board with such a
distinguished group of professionals,” Bagley said. “I look forward to serving
my alma mater and giving back to the next generation of Campbell law graduates.”
Founded in 1976, the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell
University has been recognized by the American Bar Association as having the
nation’s top professionalism program, and by the American Academy of Trial
Lawyers for having the nation’s best trial advocacy program. For 22 years, its
success record on the North Carolina Bar Exam has been unsurpassed by any other
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