Member, North Carolina House of Representatives, 1989-1990 and 2003-. House Republican Leader, 2007-. Chairman, North Carolina Juvenile Law Study Commission, 1989-1992. Member, House Select Committee on Non-Profits, 1995-1996. Trustee, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1988-1998. Trustee, Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee, 2005-2009. Apex Town Attorney, 1992-1995.
Wake County Bar Association, N. C. Bar Association, N.C. State Bar and Christian Legal Society. Articles "Equal Access Act" (Campbell Law Observer), "Search and Seizure at Sea" (Sea Grant 1975), and "Judging the American Constitution" in The Conservative Perspective published by N.C. Policy Council Press, (1988). Numerous essays in "Neighbors" newspaper (1997). "The End of the North Carolina Abortion Fund" 22 Campbell Law Review 119 (1999).
Taught "Family Law" at Campbell University Law School as Adjunct Instructor, 1978. Taught lessons in Comparative Law, Legislative Process and Parliamentary Procedure at the Foreign Trade Institute, Tianjin, China, June 1992 and Xi Ke Da University, Mianyang, China, September 2005. Continuing Legal Education Lectures given on N.C. Abortion Law (1988 & 2005) Federal Equal Access Act (1991) and "Parliamentary Procedure" (1998 & 2006).
Began practice of law with Carl P. Holleman in Apex, North Carolina, 1976. Admitted as a partner in 1978 under firm name of Holleman & Stam. Carl P. Holleman died in June, 1992. The current firm name is Stam & Danchi, PLLC. It holds the highest rating (AV) from Martindale Hubbell Law Directory.
Hobbies & Interests
Tennis/Swimming/Soccer - retired from the "Callipygians" of CASL 40+ Division. Previous Teams: Animals, Deceptively Slow, Young Turks, UNC-CH Graduate Club, High School Varsity (All County Fullback 1966)
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