Throughout the state of North Carolina, judicial officials and court staff, as well as private attorneys, will volunteer as speakers in their local communities. Each speaker will bring their own unique perspective on their role within the judicial system, as well as inform the audience about the establishment of the North Carolina court system and its impact within our communities.
We must educate North Carolinians and improve public understanding of the vital role that courts perform in protecting our constitutional rights and responsibilities.
Host a Judicial Branch speaker and learn firsthand knowledge about North Carolina’s court system. Our Speakers Bureau is a free, public service that offers judges, lawyers, and other members of the judicial community as speakers to your school, civic group, or faith-based organization.
Speaker Resources and Requests
Request a Speaker
Please submit your request 4 to 6 weeks in advance of the desired speaking date. Please note: speakers are provided based on availability.
Become a Speaker
Sign up to volunteer as a speaker in the North Carolina Judicial Branch Speakers Bureau!
Speaker materials to use for various audiences and ages, including presentations, videos, activities, and more.