WINSTON-SALEM, NC—Womble Bond Dickinson clients, attorneys and staff have considered Ken Moser a Hall of Famer for many years. Now, it’s official.
Moser, who retired from the firm in 2012 following 43 years of practice at Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice (the firm’s US predecessor), has been named to the North Carolina Bar Association’s Legal Practice Hall of Fame for 2020.
Moser joined the firm after graduating from the Wake Forest University School of Law in 1968. He focused his practice on capital markets and real estate work, and was an invaluable advisor to clients and colleagues alike. Moser was a leader in the firm, serving on the Firm Management Committee, Executive Committee, Winston-Salem Office Managing Partner and Capital Markets Practice Group Leader at various points in his career. In 2004, the firm awarded Moser its W.P. Sandridge Award for Service to the Firm.
Moser also has been a community leader, serving as Chair of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Board of Directors. He also was a founding Board Member of the Winston-Salem Downtown Development Corporation and is a past President of the Wake Forest University Law Alumni Council.
The NCBA actually is Moser’s second Hall of Fame induction. Last year, he was elected to the Cabarrus County (NC) Sports Hall of Fame, as he was a standout basketball and football player at Mount Pleasant High School.
“In less than 40 years, Womble Bond Dickinson grew from a single North Carolina office to a transatlantic, AmLaw100 firm—and Ken was a vital part of this growth. I was fortunate to have worked with Ken for many years, and know how much he means to his clients, colleagues and friends. Congratulations, Ken, on this well-deserved Hall of Fame induction!” said Kim Kelly Mann, Managing Partner of Womble Bond Dickinson’s Winston-Salem office.