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.
This one-hour eCourts CLE opportunity, From Paper to Digital: The eCourts Update, is available on-demand for attorneys and paralegals.
To understand the impact of ACEs on children and to develop strategies for addressing adverse childhood experiences within our court system.
The local Administrative Order requiring face coverings for all persons entering the Mecklenburg County Courthouse shall remain in effect.
New order amends most recent order by eliminating Emergency Directive 21.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Rosalind Baker and Jon W. Myers as District Court judges.
Guests include Special Superior Court Judge J. Stanly Carmical, District Court Judge James H. Faison, and Janeanne Gonzales.
Tour begins in Western North Carolina and spans from Murphy to Manteo.
A total of 589 attorneys were inducted into the 2020 North Carolina Pro Bono Honor Society.
Governor Roy Cooper selects Sternlicht to serve in Cumberland County.
Order extends most of the emergency directives an additional 30 days in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Governor Roy Cooper tabs Murray as acting district attorney for Henderson, Polk, and Transylvania counties.
This is the first statewide civil legal needs assessment in almost 20 years.
May 20, 12:00-1:00 p.m. Participants will leave with an understanding of how to better accommodate members of the blind community.
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.
Employees are recognized for 45 years of service.
The Supreme Court’s order amending the rules was adopted on 21 April 2021 and is effective on 10 May 2021.
Actions taken by NCAOC personnel helped bring the man to justice.
Governor Roy Cooper appointments District Court judge in Wake County.