EAST GREENSBORO, NC (March 31, 2023) – Adrina Greenlee Bass ’04, Assistant Lawyer Common within the North Carolina Division of Justice, will function a speaker on the Carolina State Agricultural and Technical College Pupil Honors Convocation del Norte on Wednesday, April 12, from 10 am to midday at Harrison Auditorium. The occasion will embrace the presentation of educational honors and awards for excellence.
Bass has 14 years of expertise within the authorized career, together with state trial and administrative courts, federal trial courts, and related appellate courts. In his present function, he represents the North Carolina Division of Transportation in eminent area litigation and is chargeable for all phases of litigation in land acquisition proceedings, together with investigation, superior courtroom trials, and appeals earlier than the Courtroom of Appeals and the Supreme Courtroom. . She beforehand represented the North Carolina Division of Public Security in quite a lot of civil litigation issues.
A member of the Alpha Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., Bass is proud to provide again to her group by service tasks. She is a member of the state Division of Justice Committee on Variety, Fairness and Inclusion and is a member of Wake Ladies Attorneys, the Wake County Bar Affiliation and the North Carolina A&T Govt Advisory Board. A&T just lately honored her with an Honors Faculty Alumni Achievement Award.
Bass is a proud Traditionally Twin Black school and college alumnus, who earned her bachelor’s diploma in political science summa cum laude from A&T, the place she was a member of the College Honors Program (UHP). She earned her MBA and JD from North Carolina Central College College of Regulation in 2009, when she turned a licensed lawyer and started her authorized profession in non-public apply, the place she targeted on prison protection and private accidents.
Bass met her husband, Rahmud, as NC Central MBA college students. Married in 2009, they stay in Wake Forest, North Carolina with their two kids, Sydney and Asa.
The April 12 occasion would be the first spring convocation for the Honors Faculty, which transitioned from UHP final fall and is led by Dean Margaret I. Kanipes ’90, Ph.D. UHP was launched in 1998 on the request of Chancellor Harold L. Martin Sr., who served as Vice Chancellor for Tutorial Affairs on the time, with a cohort of 50 exceptionally motivated and high-achieving undergraduates. Right this moment, the college has a common enrollment of over 1,000 college students.