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Superior Court Judges for District 18
Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Lindsay R. Davis, Jr. Senior Resident Superior Court Judge
Lindsay R. Davis, Jr.

Resident Judge, North Carolina Superior Court, Eighteenth Judicial District, Fifth Judicial Division, Elected 2002.


Born March 21, 1946, Greensboro, North Carolina. Episcopalian. Democrat. Married to Ann Evans Davis. One child, Lindsay Reeves Davis, III.


Davidson College A.B. 1968 and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill J.D. 1971. Holderness Moot Court Justice.

Practice of Law:

Admitted to practice North Carolina 1971; U.S. District Court, Middle District of North Carolina 1972, U.S. Court of Appeals 1975 and the U.S. Supreme Court 1982. In private practice in Greensboro, NC as Associate, Partner and Member, Jordan, Wright, Nichols, Caffrey and Hill; Nichols, Caffrey, Hill, Evans & Murrelle; Hill, Evans, Duncan, Jordan & Davis PLLC; 1971-2001.

Organizations and Community Affairs:

Leadership Greensboro; Board Member and Officer, Association for Retarded Citizens of Greensboro, United Day Care Services; Vestry and Warden, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church; Coach, T-Ball, Mustang, Youth Soccer.

Legal Activities:

Member, American, North Carolina and Greensboro Bar Associations, and various sections. Charter Member, North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys. Speaker and paper presenter at CLE events on topics including use of economists in litigation; insurance coverage disputes; trial strategies in complex cases. North Carolina Pattern Jury Instructions Committee (Civil Subcommittee) 2004-present.
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