Practice Areas

  • Education Law
  • Special Education
  • Employment Law
  • Government Law
  • Civil Litigation
  • Real Estate
  • General Practice

Education

  • B.A., with honors, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 2000
  • J.D., University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 2003

Bar Admissions

  • North Carolina, 2003

Court / Admissions

  • All North Carolina Courts 

John F. Henning, Jr.

John F. Henning, Jr. joined the firm effective July 1, 2014.  John comes to Campbell Shatley, PLLC from Henning & Henning, P.A., a firm in Franklin, North Carolina he co-founded in 2003 with his father.  John represents municipal and education clients as full-time board attorney, andhas worked in the areas of land use and zoning law, personnel matters, intergovernmental partnerships, and economic development.  In addition to local government law, John’s practice has included real estate, business corporation formation and governance, and estate planning and administration.

John is married to Amber.  His personal interests include golf and outdoor sports, movies and music, and writing short- and long-form fiction.

Presentations

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Representative Clients

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Professional Associations

  • 28th Judicial District Bar
  • 30th Judicial District Bar
  • North Carolina State Bar
  • North Carolina Bar Association, Education Law Section and Local Government Law Section
  • North Carolina Council of School Attorneys (Executive Committee Member, 2009-2013)
  • North Carolina and National School Boards Association
  • North Carolina Association of Municipal Attorneys
  • North Carolina League of Municipalities (Planning and Environmental Legislative Action Committee Member, 2015-2017)

Civic Associations

  • Rotary International - Paul Harris Fellow
  • Rotary Club of Franklin - International and Community Service Director
  • Rotary Club of Franklin Charitable Foundation - Organizer, Director, VP/Secretary
 

Education and Government

Employment Law

Litigation