Mary Ann Tally elected to board of directors of Legal Aid of NC

July 8, 2008 Media Release

(Raleigh, NC) – Mary Ann Tally of Fayetteville was elected for a three-year term to the board of directors of Legal Aid of North Carolina (LANC) during the 2008 LANC Annual Meeting in Pine Knoll Shores, NC.

Tally
will serve on the LANC Board as a representative from the NC Academy of Trial Lawyers.

Tally is an attorney with the Center for Death Penalty Litigation and is a 1974 graduate of the Duke Law School.  

Tally is a member of
NC State Bar and NC Academy of Trial Lawyers (NCATL).  She serves as a member of the NC Indigent Defense Services Commission(NCIDSC).  She is also a past president of the NC Academy of Trial Lawyers.

In 2001, Tally received both the
NLADA Reginald Heber Smith Award for Indigent Defense and the NACDL Champion of Indigent Defense Award.

Legal Aid of North Carolina (LANC) is a statewide, nonprofit law firm that provides free legal services in civil matters to eligible, low-income people in all 100 counties in North Carolina through 24, geographically located offices in North Carolina.  LANC’s clients typically have an annual income of 125% or less of the federally established poverty levels.  In 2007, LANC closed approximately 23,000 cases across North Carolina.  For additional information on LANC and its Board of Directors, visit the LANC website at www.legalaidnc.org.

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