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MIP Committee Presents ¡Adelanté! | Moving Forward! 2024

The NCBA Minorities in the Profession (MIP) Committee presented ¡Adelanté! | Moving Forward! 2024 on Saturday, February 2, at the North Carolina Bar Center. The annual program is designed to empower law students and young lawyers from diverse backgrounds through sessions covering topics such as building your online presence, discussions on embracing diversity, and making informed financial decisions throughout your…

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Annual Professionalism CLE Held at Bar Center

The NCBA Professionalism Committee’s annual CLE was held on Friday, December 1, at the N.C. Bar Center. The In-Person program was also offered via Live Webcast and will be available On-Demand by mid-December. Professionalism Committee Chair Gill Beck of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of North Carolina in Asheville and Keith Faulkner of Charleston Southern University in…

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The 20 Most Widely Read Posts on the NCBarBlog in 2020

Last year, North Carolina Bar Association members fulfilled the association’s mission of promoting the administration of justice and encouraging the highest standards of integrity, competence, civility, and the well-being of others in a very special way: through the power of their words on the NCBarBlog. The NCBarBlog is a space for Sections, Divisions, and Committees to provide information to their…

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Member Recounts COVID Scare

NCBA member H. Arthur (Arty) Bolick II discusses his recent scare with COVID-19.

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Renaissance Woman: Kara Gansmann

Kara Gansmann has a way with words, as her law partners at Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog and readers of the WilmingtonBiz Insights blog well know.

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Serving Those Who Served

The NCBA Family Law Section’s latest initiative is designed to serve crucial unmet legal needs of North Carolina’s veterans.