The Court’s order was adopted on October 13, 2021, and is applicable to cases that are appealed on or after January 1, 2022.
The Dispute Resolution Commission Chairwoman and staff discuss the many benefits of Alternative Dispute Resolution in North Carolina.
The 100 county courthouse tour visits Carteret, Cumberland, Duplin, Jones, Onslow, Pamlico, and Sampson counties.
Episode highlights colonial court records, U.S. constitutional amendments, and the Bill of Rights.
Chief Justice Paul Newby Visits Davie, Davidson, Forsyth, Stokes, and Surry Counties During Courthouse Tour
Over 30 counties will have been visited by the end of September.
Visits include Alamance, Chatham, Durham, Guilford (2), and Orange counties
Former Chief Justice Billings served as a district court judge, associate justice, and the 22nd chief justice of the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court has adopted new rule amendments that affect trial court practice and procedure, arbitration, and mediation.
The Task Force is co-chaired by AOC Director Judge Andrew Heath and Ben David, DA of New Hanover and Pender Counties.
Chief Justice Paul Newby Continues 100 County Courthouse Tour in Harnett, Johnston, and Lee Counties
He will be the first chief justice to visit all of North Carolina's courthouses from Murphy to Manteo.
Dr. van der Vaart succeeds Judge Julian Mann as Chief Administrative Law Judge and Director of the Office of Administrative Hearings.
Chief Justice Newby Presents Judge Julian Mann with the Friend of the Court Award for Over 31 Years of Service
The award is the highest honor given by the Judicial Branch and comes at the expiration of Judge Mann's eighth consecutive four-year term.
As of the date of today's order, none of the Chief Justice's COVID-19 related emergency directives remain in place.
The interview was conducted in 2006 by former Associate Justice Willis Whichard.
Chief Justice Paul Newby issued a new order today containing Emergency Directives related to COVID-19.
All Things Judicial takes a deep-dive into the history, story, and controversy surrounding this event.
To understand the impact of ACEs on children and to develop strategies for addressing adverse childhood experiences within our court system.
New order amends most recent order by eliminating Emergency Directive 21.
Tour begins in Western North Carolina and spans from Murphy to Manteo.
Order extends most of the emergency directives an additional 30 days in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.