KENNETH CLAYTON DAWSON
North Carolina State Bar, Admitted August 1982
Federal District Court, Western District of NC
Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, Admitted
North Carolina Bar Association
North Carolina Advocates for Justice
Judicial District 17-B Bar Association
Wake Forest School of Law, Class of 1982
A.J. Fletcher Scholar
Bluefield State College, Valedictorian Class of 1979
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, 1979
Alphi Chi Honor Society
Kenneth "Clay" Dawson has argued cases in Courts across the State. He has also appeared before the Industrial Commission, as well as Federal Trial, Appellate and Administrative Courts.
Mr. Dawson has authored two books: Out of Order, a novel, and Personal Safety, a nonfiction work. He also wrote an article, Death and Your ATV, which has been used in Marshall University's off-road vehicle course. He graduated first in his class from Bluefield State College in 1979 and had the honor of giving the Valedictory Address before the Commencement Speech of Senator Robert Byrd, then the United States Senate Majority Leader. Mr. Dawson graduated from Wake Forest School of Law in 1982 with a Jurisdoctorate Degree as an A.J. Fletcher Scholar. He has been active in various organizations, including the NRA-ILA in which he served as an Election Volunteer Coordinator for three Congressional Districts. Mr. Dawson’s creed is, “You have rights!” He will fight for them.
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534 East King Street * King, N.C. 27021