The Local Bar Outreach Committee of the North Carolina Bar Association has selected Attorney Linda Reid Oldham as an honoree of the 11th class of the Citizen Lawyer Award. Recipients will be honored at the 2018 NCBA Annual Meeting on June 21, 2018. The meeting will be held at the Wilmington Convention Center.
The Citizen Lawyer Award recognizes lawyers who provide exemplary public service to their communities. Honorees include elected and appointed government officials, coaches, mentors and voluntary leaders of non-profit, civic and community organizations.
Attorney Linda Reid Oldham is managing partner at Crockett, Oldham, Pope & Donadio, PLLC, a Moore County Law Firm located in Southern Pines, North Carolina. Ms. Oldham primarily practices in the areas of personal injury, estate planning and estate administration in Moore and surrounding counties of North Carolina.
Attorney Oldham’s civic involvement includes charter member and past president of the Sandhills Jaycees, and State Executive positions with the North Carolina Jaycees including State Individual Development Vice President. She served the North Carolina Jaycees as state program manager for the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina, and Cystic Fibrosis. Her Jaycee involvement earned her membership in the North Carolina Cardinal Corp and recognition as a JCI Senator. Linda Reid Oldham is a past president of the Board of Trustees for Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina and currently serves on the executive committee of the Board. She is active in the Aberdeen Lions Club, Moore4Jesus, Aberdeen First Baptist Church serving as Moderator, and volunteers as a Judge of the Moore County Teen Court.
Linda Reid Oldham is a Moore County native, born in Aberdeen. She received an Associate in
Arts degree from Sandhills Community College, Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Saint
Andrews Presbyterian College, Master of Arts in English Education degree from UNC
Pembroke, and a Juris Doctor degree from the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at
Campbell University. She was recognized as the Howard Citation recipient for
Christian Citizenship, and was awarded the Button Service Award by the Christian Legal