Bradley Schulz Honored With NCBA Citizen Lawyer Award
We are proud to announce that Bradley Schulz of Schulz Stephenson Law has been awarded the Citizen Lawyer Award by the North Carolina Bar Association.
The Citizen Lawyer Award was established to recognize and thank lawyers who, in addition to their legal work, exemplify the ideals of a citizen lawyer by volunteering their time for worthy community or civic causes to improve the quality of life of those in their local or statewide communities. This award recognizes role models who inspire other lawyers to invest their time and talents in service-oriented activities.
Upon receiving the award, Mr. Schulz said, “I am flattered and humbled to be nominated for, and to be selected to receive the North Carolina Bar Association Citizen-Lawyer Award. Over the years of my practice, I have thoroughly enjoyed all of my volunteer time with civic organizations such as the Johnston County Planning Board, and work with non-profits such as chairing the Crystal Coast Habitat for Humanity where we build houses for qualified applicants including our veterans. I have also enjoyed coaching baseball with my players on various teams including East Carteret High School, Down East Babe Ruth, Post 99 (Beaufort) Jr. American Legion, and Post 46 (Morehead City) Sr. American Legion, including taking 3 teams to state championship tournaments, and having the opportunity to serve as a mentor for the players I have coached over the last 20 years. I would have never been able to do all this without the encouragement from my parents growing up, and the full support of my wife and law partner, Sundee G. Stephenson, and my two sons, Blake and Trey.”
Mr. Schulz practices in the areas of family law, estate planning, personal injury, construction problems and defects, commercial and insurance litigation, medical malpractice, wrongful death, and worker’s compensation. He has also handled numerous appeals to the North Carolina Industrial Commission, North Carolina Court of Appeals, North Carolina Supreme Court, and the United States Supreme Court.