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NCCU Alumnus Sworn in as Alamance County Judge

Larry Brown Jr.

Alumnus Larry Brown Jr. has been sworn in as Alamance County District Court judge. Brown is the first African-American to serve in this position.

Prior to his appointment, Brown served as an assistant district attorney in Alamance County and worked as an adjunct professor at Elon University School of Law.

Brown opened a general law practice in 2013, specializing in a variety of areas including criminal defense.

Brown volunteers his time to several civic organizations, including Alamance Citizens for a Drug Free Community, CareNet of Alamance County and the Alamance County Teen Court Program. Previously he served as NCCU School of Law Alumni Association president.

Brown obtained his Juris Doctor degree from NCCU School of Law in 2008.

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