The Court of Appeals will resume its regular schedule of oral arguments in person when the fall session begins in August.
Clerk Soar succeeds Daniel Horne, who is retiring after over 30 years of service at the Court and who served as clerk of court since 2015.
Former Chief Judge Gerald Arnold Shares History of the North Carolina Court of Appeals in Latest All Things Judicial Podcast Episode
Judge Arnold shares his experience arguing before the original Court of Appeals, joining that Court as a judge then later as chief judge.
Hosted by former Chief Judge Linda McGee with guests Chief Judge Donna Stroud, Judge Lucy Inman, and Judge Valerie Zachary.
Donna Stroud is the third woman to serve as chief judge of the Court of Appeals. Learn about Judge Stroud and other trailblazers.
All Things Judicial Podcast Bonus Episode Features Supreme Court Clerk of Court and North Carolina’s Newest Appellate Court Judges
Clerk Amy Funderburk identifies historic courtroom artifacts and Chief Justice Paul Newby introduces our newest appellate court judges.
The guidelines will be in effect for April, May, and June and will expire on June 15, 2021.
Associate Justice Morgan interviewed retired Court of Appeals Judge Wanda Bryant and current Court of Appeals Judge Fred Gore.
It includes transcript-related amendments approved on November 17, which are effective for cases that are appealed on or after January 1.
This award is the highest honor given by the Judicial Branch.
Five judges were formally installed in a virtual ceremony in the courtroom of the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
ADVISORY: North Carolina Court of Appeals Ceremonial Investitures to be Held Virtually on January 14
The media and the public may watch the ceremony on the Judicial Branch YouTube channel.
The swearing-in occurred at the Carteret County Courthouse and was administered by Chief Justice Paul Newby.
Chief Judge Linda M. McGee and Judge Wanda G. Bryant, both serving on the North Carolina Court of Appeals, are retiring today, December 31.
Chief Justice Cheri Beasley announced the following appointments effective Friday, January 1, 2021.
North Carolina attorneys, paralegals, and the public are invited to participate.
The Court announced that it will begin using the universal citation method for judicial opinions and publications beginning January 1, 2021.
The Supreme Court has amended rules affecting transcripts in the Rules of Appellate Procedure, and three rule sets affecting mediation.
The five-week series is designed to provide students with practical knowledge and experience in a lost summer for learning application.
The public can watch the session, but will not be able to participate, which is customary during oral arguments held in the courtroom.