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On Fonts: Why Lawyers Should Switch To Century Schoolbook

By Judge Richard Dietz, Drew Erteschik, Clark Tew, J.M. Durnovich Introduction We know what you’re thinking:  Why should I care about fonts?  The authors of this article—an appellate judge and a few litigators—would like to answer this question in two parts. The first part discusses the current font norms for North Carolina lawyers, and why the fonts […]


Sunday Best: Catch Up On the Week’s Top NCBarBlog Posts

Here’s what NCBarBlog readers found most interesting on our pages this week: ICO Primer: A Revolution in Startup Financing or a Regulatory Nightmare? Jack of All Trades: Embrace It  On Fonts: Why Lawyers Should Switch To Century Schoolbook Employer’s Attempt At Repayment Of Training Costs Can Backfire Causing Employee Misclassification Under the FLSA NC Free […]


Launching the Appellate Practice Section Blog with Exciting News!

By Jeff Kelly  The Appellate Practice Section is pleased to join the network of Sections and Divisions providing great content through the North Carolina Bar Association’s NCBarBlog. Tyler Brooks and I are working together to publish blog content for the Appellate Practice Section, and we encourage our members to contact us with proposals for blog […]


Key Changes to NC Rules of Appellate Procedure

By Laura Graham On Jan. 1, 2017, a comprehensive revision of the North Carolina Rules of Appellate Procedure took effect. The revised Rules apply to all cases appealed on or after Jan. 1. The revised Rules include some brand new provisions, and they also incorporate several changes that had been in effect for some time […]