To enhance professionalism among North Carolina lawyers, judges, and law students.
To promote the administration of justice by recommending amendments to the Rules of Civil Procedure and the General Rules of Practice.
Charged with certifying and regulating mediators who serve North Carolina's courts.
Charged with examining and combating human trafficking in North Carolina.
Charged with providing an independent and balanced truth-seeking forum for credible post-conviction claims of innocence in North Carolina.
Established in 1973 to consider complaints against judges of the state’s General Court of Justice.
Independent, multidisciplinary commission for a comprehensive evaluation and recommendations of our judicial system, completed in July 2017.
To expand access to the civil justice system for people of low income and modest means in North Carolina.
Oversees the provision of legal representation to indigent defendants and others entitled to counsel under North Carolina law.
Makes recommendations to the General Assembly for the modification of sentencing laws and policies.
Tasked with advising both the Chief Justice and the General Assembly on proper funding and administration for North Carolina’s state courts.