N.C. Supreme Court Appoints Judge Mann '74 to 7th Term
Raleigh, North Carolina -- The Honorable Julian Mann III, a member of the Cumberland School of Law Class of 1974 and president of the National Alumni Association, was reappointed by the North Carolina Supreme Court for a seventh (7th) term as director and chief administrative hearing officer for the State of North Carolina, Office of Administrative Hearings.
Judge Mann was first appointed to his term in office in 1989 by Chief Justice James G. Exum Jr. From 1974 to 1989 he engaged in the private practice of law, concentrating in administrative law litigation and representing the architectural and veterinary medical professional licensing boards. Since 1978, Judge Mann has been an adjunct faculty member at North Carolina State University. He has taught courses in Administrative Law, Business Law, Regulatory Law and Architectural Law. Judge Mann is the author of numerous articles and frequently lectures at CLE conferences. In addition, he is an expert on Cumberland School of Law’s rich legal history and the many contributions its law graduates have made to the judiciary. Appearing in the 2013 Winter issue of Cumberland School of Law’s alumni magazine, is an article written by Judge Mann recalling the rich history of the law school. To access his article, go to http://issuu.com/samforduniversity/docs/winter_2013_cumberland_lawyer?e=1854287/2715193 (page 24).