Kristina K. Brown ’06, working with Leila Early ’11, collected non-perishable food items this month at North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law.
The North Carolina Advocates for Justice (NCAJ) program “Dare to Care: Feed Those in Need” food drive, a special project sponsored by the New Lawyers Division of the NCAJ, ran from Monday, March 1st to Friday, March 12th and successfully reached its statewide food donation goal.
NCCU School of Law made a significant contribution of 41 pounds of food.
“We’re very impressed by everyone’s contributions and excited to have raised over a ton of food within such a short time period. This was the NCAJ – New Lawyers Division first food drive and, thanks to you, we now plan to make this an annual event. Thank you again for your contributions and for participating as a food drive donation site — your donations were greatly appreciated by North Carolinians around the state,” said Brown.
Brown is an attorney at the Jernigan Law Firm, where she practices with fellow alumnus Leonard Jernigan ’76. Jernigan is an adjunct professor at NCCU Law and the author of the treatise “North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Law.”