NCAJ Chooses Kevin Bunn To Be President-Elect

June 21, 2023

Members of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice have elected Kevin Bunn of Kevin Bunn Attorney at Law, PC as president-elect of the organization. Bunn will become president of NCAJ in July of 2024. The NCAJ membership elected Bunn on Saturday, June 17, during the NCAJ Annual Meeting, held in Charlotte. He is in line to succeed Andy Banzhoff of Devereux & Banzhoff, PLLC in Asheville, who will begin a one-year term as the 49th president of NCAJ on July 1. 

Bunn graduated from the University of North Carolina with a bachelor of arts in 1986. While at UNC, he was a four-year letterman in fencing and a three-year NCAA championship participant after taking the sport up in a physical education class. He received his master of public administration degree from UNC in 1989. He graduated from the UNC School of Law in 1993.

Bunn has practiced law in Cary, North Carolina, since graduating from law school. He has been a Board-Certified Specialist in North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Law since 2013. He is a frequent presenter at workers’ compensation continuing education programs and is a fellow of the National College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers. Bunn is co-editor of North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Law: A Practical Guide to Success at Every Stage of a Claim (LexisNexis).

Bunn is chair of the Finance Committee of NCAJ. He serves on the NCAJ Board of Governors and Executive Committee. He is a former chair and current member of the NCAJ Political Action Committee Board of Trustees and is a former Legislative Vice-President. Bunn is a former chair of the Workers’ Compensation Section and currently serves on the Section’s Executive Committee and as chair of the Section’s Legislative Committee. He joined NCAJ for the continuing education, but he stays for the friendships.

Bunn is a former volunteer Guardian ad Litem for abused and neglected children. He was a Scoutmaster of Troop 346 in Raleigh for many years and is currently on the Board of Directors for the Laurel Ridge Camp, Conference & Retreat Center, a Moravian Church camp. He is a member of Raleigh Moravian Church.