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Civility and Sanity: A CLE To Help Lawyers Maintain Both

By Lucy Inman In an age abounding with public and private incivility, division, and discrimination, how can lawyers and judges promote professional behavior? And when individual struggles with stress and depression make news every day, how can we recognize and respond to warning signs in ourselves and others? “A Most Stressful Profession: Promoting Civility and […]

Mark Your Calendars For LIFT March 22-23

In cooperation with the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT), this program will explore the responsibilities and rights of educators in North Carolina. We also will examine laws regarding issues in education and explore laws that protect the rights of teachers, parents, students, administrators and school staff. What: Project LIFT (Law Institute […]

Writs Of Mandamus At the CAVC

By Robert Davis For those unfamiliar, a writ of mandamus is an order directing a government official to perform his or her duty.  This writ is a request of last resort, but belongs in any administrative lawyer’s repertoire.  Indeed, notification of intent to seek mandamus is often enough to prompt government action.  Recent case law […]

Join Us For the Military & Veterans Law Section CLE!

The Military & Veterans Law Section (MVL) annual CLE offers it all — you can advance military and veterans issues, learn how to advocate for military members and veterans, earn CLE credit and network. And you might be able to do it for free, as scholarships are available to qualifying members. Over 800,000 military members […]