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Grady L. Hunt - Pembroke, NC

203 College Street Pembroke, NC 28372 - 0999

Updated: 01/28/2020

Pembroke Education Law (Public Schools of Robeson County Attorney) Lawyer



Grady resides in the Prospect community and is married to Karon Kaye Hunt. They are the proud parents of Jeffery, Kalli and Grayson.

About Grady L. Hunt

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Attorney

Practice Areas

  • Education Law (Public Schools of Robeson County Attorney)
  • Municipal Law (Former Attorney for the Towns of Pembroke and Maxton)
  • Estates and Special Proceedings
  • Personal Injury
  • Real Estate
  • Government Law (Hoke County Attorney)

Representative Clients

  • Robeson County Department of Social Services
  • Public Schools of Robeson County and Hoke County


Bar Admissions

  • North Carolina, 1989

Other Affiliations

  • The North Carolina State Bar Association, 1989 - Present (Member)
  • North Carolina Advocates for Justice (Member)
  • Robeson County Bar Association (Member)
  • The North Carolina Bar Association, 1989 - Present (Member)
  • The North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, 1989 - Present (Member)

Pro Bono Activities

  • Past President, Pembroke Kiwanis
  • Past President, Pembroke Chapter of Ducks Unlimited
  • Active Member, Democratic Party
  • Robeson County Democratic Party Executive Committee
  • Member, Prospect United Methodist Church

Past Positions

  • US Air Force, Honorable Discharge, 1979 - 1983


  • University of North Carolina School of Law, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1989
  • Pembroke State University, Pembroke, North Carolina, 1986
    Honors: magna cum laude

Fraternities and Sororities

  • Alpha Chi


Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


203 College Street Pembroke, NC 28372 - 0999


  • 910-521-1027

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