Featured photo: Rob Harrington, chair of the Task Force on Integration, Equity, and Equal Justice, addresses the 2023 NCBA Annual Meeting.
Featured image for this issue: Incoming President Patti Ramseur receives gavel from outgoing President Clayton Morgan at the NCBA Annual Meeting.
Featured image for this issue: Wilmington, Wilmington and Beaches CVB. The 2023 NCBA Annual Meeting will be held this June in Wilmington.
Featured image for this issue: Jasmine McGhee traveled to Ireland, Northern Ireland and Ghana as a participant in the inaugural 2022 Eisenhower Fellowship USA Justice program.
Featured image for this issue: Ashley Campbell, CEO of Legal Aid of North Carolina, visits the Sylva office.
Featured image for this issue: President Clayton Morgan delivers his installation address at the Annual Meeting in Winston-Salem. Link to full story in the President’s Perspective.
Featured image for this issue: Winston-Salem skyline, J. Sinclair Photography. The 2022 NCBA Annual Meeting will be held this June in Winston-Salem. Link to full story in the President’s Perspective.
Featured image for this issue: Montgomery Solar in Biscoe, a solar project NCBA member Adam Foodman helped build and operate. Link to full story in the Features section.
Featured image for this issue: In Haywood County, flood waters swept away cars in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Fred. Credit to Mountaineer Publishing, Inc. Link to full story in the Features section.
This issue is devoted to coverage of the NCBA Annual Meeting, the N.C. Pro Bono Honor Society and much, much more.
Featured image for this issue: NCBF Volunteer and NCBA member Becca Rushton assists a first-responder family at a Wills for Heroes clinic. Link to full story in the Features section.
Featured image for this issue: Pilot Mountain through NCBA member Ann Anderson’s lens. Link to full story in the "Mountains to Coast" section.
Coverage devoted to the global pandemic and its impact on NCBA members’ lives and work as we continue to navigate the changes and challenges brought about by COVID-19.
The first digital-only edition of North Carolina Lawyer magazine, featuring stories of change in changing times for NCBA members. Includes coverage from the unpublished May 2020 issue.
North Carolina Bar Foundation marks 60th Anniversary, President LeAnn Nease Brown promotes “The Power of Association,” and exhibit honors Supreme Court Bicentennial.
NCBA/NCBF provide “A Rich Tapestry,” Young Lawyers Division celebrates 50 years of ABA recognition, and North Carolina Bar Foundation applauds Honor Roll of Donors.
LeAnn Nease Brown installed as 125th president, Mark Holt elected president-elect, and construction of “new” N.C. Bar Center recalled on its 25th anniversary.
President Jacqueline Grant unveils the new membership dues model authored by the Membership Values Task Force, and Annual Meeting will focus on wellness.
Member Cheslie Kryst discusses Miss North Carolina USA crown on the way to becoming Miss USA, and new NCBA Privacy and Data Security Section launched.
NCBA members are “Heeding The Call” in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence and Past President Gray Wilson now leading State Bar (but he’s not the first to do both).
Jacqueline Grant installed as 124th president and LeAnn Nease Brown elected president-elect, while new Justice Fund honors Past President John Jernigan.
Annual Meeting will focus on the “Future of Law” and NC Free Legal Answers is introduced as the “future of pro bono.” Executive Director Allan Head remembered.
“Death of a Law School” examines demise of Charlotte School of Law, future of students and alumni. Fred Lind became Duke basketball legend 50 years ago.