Attorney Bryan A. Corbett of Harbinson, Brzykcy & Corbett, LLP in Statesville has been elected president of the 32nd Judicial District Bar, which includes Iredell and Alexander counties.

Having served as both treasurer and vice president over the past two years, Corbett will serve a one-year term from January 2020 to January 2021 and will continue to promote the highest standards of professionalism, competence and ethical behavior among members of the District Bar.

He is the managing partner at Harbinson, Brzykcy & Corbett LLP, Attorneys at Law with offices in Taylorsville and Statesville. His law offices engage in a general trial practice, focusing primarily on the areas of criminal defense, family law, personal injury, and wrongful death.

Corbett was born and raised in Statesville. He attended Western Carolina University on a baseball scholarship, graduating from WCU in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in construction Management and a minor in business administration.

His hopes of pursuing a professional baseball career were dashed by shoulder surgery in 2007. After graduating from WCU, Corbett moved to San Antonio, Texas to work as a project superintendent with his father’s construction company, traveling throughout the United States to build facilities for the armed forces.

In 2012, he moved back to North Carolina upon his admission to law school. During his next three years, Corbett became familiar with the inner workings of the courtroom during his internships at the Iredell County District Attorney’s Office, the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Office, the United States Attorney’s Office and a private law firm located in Charlotte.

He refocused his determination and competitive nature from the ball field to the classroom, graduating magna cum laude from law school in 2015. He further distinguished himself by serving as senior executive editor of the Charlotte Law Review, as a Charlotte law ambassador and frequently volunteered at the Charlotte Men’s Shelter. Corbett also sat on the executive board of the Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society and was a member of the Moot Court Honor Board. He received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Legal Writing I, Legal Writing II and Pre-Trial Litigation-Criminal Intensive.

He is married to Alexandria Brinkley Corbett, a paralegal and realtor. They are the parents of one son, Hudson Alexander Corbett. The Corbetts live in Statesville.

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