Poyner Spruill partner Drew Erteschik has been appointed to the newly created North Carolina Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice. Chief Justice Mark Martin announced the membership of the Commission on September 3, 2015.
The Commission will perform a comprehensive evaluation of North Carolina’s justice system and will make recommendations for strengthening our courts. The Commission will publish its findings and recommendations in a series of reports that will be presented to the Chief Justice and made available to the public in early 2017.
The appointees to the Commission include key stakeholders in the North Carolina justice system, as well as leaders in the public and private sectors. In announcing the membership of the Commission, Chief Justice Martin remarked, “These respected and innovative leaders will provide the direction necessary in this era of change, ensuring that the justice system works for all.”
Drew Erteschik focuses his practice on complex civil litigation and appeals. He regularly handles cases involving state and local government issues and often represents clients in constitutional litigation. While in private practice, Drew taught appellate advocacy as an adjunct professor at the UNC School of Law. He currently serves on the NC Bar Association’s Appellate Rules Committee, the ABA Judicial Division’s Amicus Committee, and a number of other boards and committees focused on advancing the legal profession.