Testimonials

The testimonials or endorsements listed below do not reflect all of the feedback the firm has received.  Each case is unique and must be evaluated on its individual merits.  Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. 

“Dear [Counsel for North Carolina State Bar]:
We are writing to express our sincere appreciation for the hard work that Mr. Douglas J. Brocker extended on our behalf.  As you are aware this was a very stressful situation for our family.  Mr. Brocker’s compassionate approach help put [our daughter] at ease and began to restore our trust in the legal profession.  Mr. Brocker went ‘above and beyond the call of duty’ while working on our case, putting in extra hours to ensure that we would have the best possible representation that he could offer.
We feel that your office should be commended for employing such an outstanding attorney.  Again our deepest gratitude goes out to the State Bar and Mr. Brocker.”

- Parents of a female victim/witness in a State Bar proceeding


“Dear Crystal,

I wanted to write and thank you for all of the work you did to help me achieve licensure with the North Carolina Board of Licensed Professional Counselors.  Working with you helped me tremendously – from giving me an idea of what my hearing would look like, to informing me what information and documentation was relevant to my situation and what was not, to preparing me to explain my story to the Board in a professional way that conveyed my dedication to the counseling profession.  I was able to face the Board with confidence and was able to present documentation related to my character in a well-organized manner.  I owe you and the Brocker Law Firm more than you know.  I appreciate your support and the fact that you care – that came through from the first time we met up until I finally learned I’d been licensed a few months later. You have no idea how helpful it was to have someone in my corner at a time when I was very stressed about the potentially life-changing decision the Board was making.  I cannot thank you enough!”

-LPCA Applicant Client

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“Crystal:

I just wanted you to know that I used your documents to prepare myself for my final licensing hearing tomorrow morning.  You did a terrific job….”

                              -Applicant before the Licensed Professional Counseling (LPC) Board 

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“Ms. Ottesen,

I hope you are doing well. I wanted to let you know that my hearing was successful. The NC Board of Law Examiners has approved my application and I will receive my license in 4-6 weeks.

The Board members said that they were impressed with my presentation. They also seemed to really appreciate the notebook. I am happy that I decided to seek your guidance and I am sure that your advice contributed to my success.”

A Board of Law Examiners Applicant

 

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“Thank you so much! I could not have done it without your firm and your dedication.”

– Comity Applicant before the Board of Law Examiners 

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Dear Ms. Carlisle:

I just wanted to thank you again for your advice and let you know that I received a letter from the Board today informing me that my application has been approved! I am not sure I would have received this letter without your advice.  If I ever come across another applicant who is called in for a hearing, I will know exactly who to send them to.

Bar Candidate

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“Thank you, Brooke.  You and your firm have done a great job keeping me informed throughout the process. I really appreciate it.”

- N.C. Certified Public Accountant Client Concerning CPA Board Matter


“Dear Doug, We can never properly thank you for all that you did! Please know that we will never forget and will be grateful forever. With much respect.”

- Family of Reade Seligman, one of the exonerated Duke lacrosse players


“The [State] bar has turned to outside legal help . . . to hire Douglas J. Brocker, a lawyer in private practice who built a reputation as a dogged and thorough prosecutor when he worked at the State Bar. Brocker is working with Katherine Jean, the bar’s top counsel.”

- Raleigh News & Observer, June 10, 2007