Jacqueline D. Grant, a partner and litigator with Roberts & Stevens, PA, was named president-elect of the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA). She was elected by acclamation at the NCBA Annual Meeting, hosted in Asheville. Grant will serve a year as president-elect, under current president Caryn Coppedge McNeill of Raleigh, before being installed at the next meeting, which will be held June 23, 2018. Since obtaining her law degree in 1995, Grant has been practicing with Roberts & Stevens. She has served on the NCBA Board of Governors, on its Medico-Legal Liaison Committee, as chair of its Delivery of Legal Services Committee, and as co-chair for its Awards and Recognitions Committee. In 2016, she received the NCBA Citizen Lawyer Award for community service on several local boards and commissions, including those for Habitat for Humanity, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and the YMCA and YWCA. Grant will be the NCBA’s 124th president. The NCBA has a statewide membership of over 20,000 lawyers, paralegals, and law students.