On Tuesday, North Carolina Speaker of the House Tim Moore announced the addition to his legal staff of Neal Inman has General Counsel.
“We are fortunate to retain Neal as our General Counsel to ensure we have another successful session serving the people of North Carolina,” said Speaker Moore in a press statement.
We are fortunate to retain Neal Inman as our General Counsel this session advising House leaders on complex legal questions. Neal has earned the trust of legislators with his work ethic and impressive command of state law & constitutional matters. https://t.co/ucTZkdDp2B #ncpol
— Speaker Tim Moore (@NCHouseSpeaker) February 11, 2019
Inman had worked with Representative David Lewis (R-District 53) as House Rules Committee Counsel between 2017 and 2018.
“Neal played a vital role as Rules Committee Counsel advising House leaders on complex legal questions and litigation,” Moore said in a press release. “He has earned the trust of legislators with his work ethic and impressive command of state law and constitutional matters.”
Inman, who received his law degree from the University of North Carolina School of Law, also worked as an Associate General Counsel for former Governor Pat McCrory.
Included in the press statement was the transition of Deputy Chief of Staff Jonathan Sink to the Department of Public Instruction to serve as General Counsel to state Superintendent Mark Johnson.
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A.P. Dillon is the North Carolina Bureau Chief for The Tennesee Star and a reporter at Battleground State News. Follow A.P. Dillon on Twitter. Email Tips to [email protected].
Photo “Neal Inman” by Neal Inman. Background Photo “North Carolina Capital” by Chanilim714. CC BY-SA 3.0