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Superior Court Judges for District 18
Resident Superior Court Judge Susan E. Bray Resident Superior Court Judge
Susan E. Bray

Resident Judge, North Carolina Superior Court, Eighteenth Judicial District, Elected 2012 - present.


Born September 18, 1961 in Reidsville, NC. United Methodist. Single. Parents live in Reidsville. Two brothers, two sisters, six nieces, six nephews.


Reidsville Senior High School (1979). Wake Forest University (1983). Southern Methodist University School of Law (1987).

Practice of Law:

North Carolina State Bar (1987).
Virginia State Bar (1989).
Admitted to practice in all courts of the State of North Carolina and the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Admitted to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals and also to the United States Supreme Court.
Admitted to practice: Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals - 1977
Law Fellow with the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press (1987-88).
Assistant District Attorney for 18th District (Guilford County) (1989-96).
District Court Judge for 18th District (Guilford County) (elected 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008).
Superior Court Judge for 18-E (Guilford County) (elected 2012).

Organizations and Community Affairs:

Greensboro Bar Association.
High Point Bar Association.
North Carolina State Bar.
Virginia State Bar.
North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys.
United Methodist Women (past unit president and past district parliamentarian and missions coordinator).
Various church offices (trustee, member and former chair of staff parish relations committee).
Wake Forest University Deacon Club.
North Carolina Domestic Violence Commission.
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