Jean Winborne Boyles, Of Counsel

Bankruptcy, Creditors Rights, Health Law, Corporate Law, Commercial Leasing, Franchise Law, Administrative Law, Mediation

jboyles@jhvgglaw.com

 


Admitted
North Carolina State Bar, 1973
U.S. District Court, Eastern, Middle and Western Districts of North Carolina
U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit

Education
Bradford Junior College
University of North Carolina, B.A., 1966
University of North Carolina, J.D., 1973

Member
Wake County Bar Association (History and Scholarship Committee)
Tenth Judicial District Bar Association
North Carolina Bar Association (Member, Health Law Section; Council, 1979-1983; Bankruptcy Section)
North Carolina State Bar
North Carolina Society of Health Care Attorneys (Vice President, 1978-1979)

Biography
AV Rating, Martindale-Hubbell (A is highest peer review rating; V is highest peer review rating for
  general ethical standards)
Certified Superior Court Mediator
Assistant Attorney General, State of North Carolina
Governor’s Assistant Legislative Liaison, 1987
Hospital Attorney, N.C. Memorial Hospital, 1977-1981
Assistant Town Attorney, Town of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1973-1977

Born
Raleigh, North Carolina

 
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