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Amy R. Jordan (1954-2012) was an attorney in North Carolina since 1986. She attended North Carolina State
University, where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology, then obtained her law degree from
North Carolina Central University, where she graduated summa cum laude. Following law school, she clerked
for the North Carolina Court of Appeals, then came to Jacksonville, North Carolina to work with the firm of Ellis,
Hooper, Warlick, Waters, and Morgan, where she practiced until she left for Charlotte and practiced for a year
before returning to Jacksonville in 1992. When Amy returned to Jacksonville, she went to work with Lana S.
Warlick, where she practiced family law for 13 years.
Amy was the president of the Onslow County Bar Association for 2005-2006, and in 2004, was voted "Best Attorney"
by the readers of the Jacksonville Daily News. She was a member of the North Carolina Bar Association, the North
Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, and the Onslow County Bar Association. She actively served on the
Committee to Modify Adoption State Laws.
Jennifer R. Pope has been an attorney in Jacksonville, North Carolina since 1988. She grew up in
Jacksonville, and attended the University of North Carolina as a Morehead Scholar, graduating with her
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology. Jennifer went on to attend Law School at UNC Capel Hill, and
graduated in 1988. Jennifer started her legal career with Ellis, Hooper, Warlick, Waters and Morgan, where
she met Amy, until 1992, when she joined Frank Pope and brother, Gordon Robinson, Jr., in the
firm of Robinson, Pope and Pope. In 1997, Jennifer decided to concentrate her practice in domestic law, and
went to work with Lana Warlick and Amy, and she practiced primarily family law there for over 8 years.
Jennifer has been active in the Jacksonville community, becoming the one of the first female professionals to
join the Jacksonville Jaycees and the Jacksonville Rotary Club, (both fine civic organizations), in the early
1990's. She has served on the local and regional committees to select future Morehead Scholars. She was
the president of the Onslow County Bar Association from 2006-2007, and also is a member of the
North Carolina Bar Association, the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, and the Onslow
County Bar Association.
Sadly, Amy passed away on March 23, 2012. She will be forever missed.