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Janet Ward Black is a past president of the North Carolina Bar Association. Black graduated in 1982 from Davidson College cum laude. In addition to serving as president of the NCBA, Black has also served as the President of the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers. She was the second attorney in history to serve as president of both organizations. Black has been listed as a North Carolina “Superlawyer,” in “Best Lawyers in America” and in Business North Carolina’s “Legal Elite. While president of the NCBA, Black’s signature initiative was creation of the “4ALL” program, which allows North Carolinians to call and speak to a lawyer at no charge. The program is now in its 10th year and has been replicated in other states and provinces in Canada. Black is the principal owner of Ward Black Law in Greensboro, North Carolina. Black was named “Lawyer of the Year” by U.S. News & World Report for personal injury in Greensboro for 2014. She was named the Community Foundation of Great Greensboro’s Woman of the Year in 2018. Her practice is primarily catastrophic liability cases.