From Your Administrative Law Section Chair

By Brandon W. Leebrick

Dear Members of the Administrative Law Section,
I am honored and excited to be serving as the Chair of the Administrative Law Section for the 2019-2020 bar year. The section’s leadership (listed here) is prepared for a productive year full of quality CLE, social activities, and learning opportunities to make your administrative law practice better.

We encourage you to make the most of your NCBA and Administrative Law Section membership and participate in the many activities we will have this year. Additionally, we invite you to become active with our many committees as you will gain invaluable experience and develop lifelong friendships; please sign up here or contact me or anyone in leadership about becoming a committee member.

Given the broad impact of Administrative Law on so many other areas of law, please be attentive to attorneys and paralegals whose practices might involve administrative law but are not current members of our section. We want to invite them to join our section. Paired with the many benefits of NCBA (learn more here), Administrative Law Section membership can significantly enhance an administrative law practice. (As a reminder, NCBA dues should be paid by October 31 to avoid any disruption in member benefits.)

Please stay tuned for upcoming section events and mark your calendars for several important CLE opportunities:

  • November 8, 2019
    Riding the Waves of Change: 2019 Legislative Review
    North Carolina Bar Center (and other formats)
    Register Here
  • April 24, 2020
    Annual Meeting and CLE
    North Carolina Bar Center (and other formats)

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions about or suggestions for the section you may have.

Brandon W. Leebrick, Chair
Administrative Law Section

Brandon W. Leebrick | Ott Cone & Redpath, P.A. | 445 Dolley Madison Road, Suite 306
P.O. Box 160 (27402) | Greensboro, N.C. 27410
Office: 336-373-1300 | Direct: 336·544·2926 | Fax: 336-273-9353