Gov. Cooper Appoints New District Court Judge for Robeson County

RALEIGH

Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Brooke Locklear Clark to preside in Robeson County District Court.

“Clark’s experience in the law and deep knowledge of her community make her an ideal choice to serve on the District Court bench in Robeson County,” said. Gov. Cooper.

Clark will serve as a District Court Judge for Judicial District 16B in Robeson County. Clark has practiced law in Robeson County for more than 13 years including serving as the attorney for the county Department of Social Services. She is a Family Drug Treatment Court team member and a former parent attorney for this innovative program that helps families dealing with substance abuse.

A native of Robeson County, Clark lives in Pembroke with her family where she is active in her community and her church. She serves on the advisory committee for the local superintendent of schools and is a member of the board of the Friends of the Robeson County Public Library. Clark received her Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctor degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Clark will fill the seat held previously by Chief District Court Judge J. Stanley Carmical who was recently appointed to serve as a Special Superior Court Judge.