The five-week series is designed to provide students with practical knowledge and experience in a lost summer for learning application.
Chief Justice Beasley Issues New Order and Emergency Directives Expanding North Carolina Court Operations
The orders extend filing deadlines, postpone jury trials, and require in-person court operations to take place with some restrictions.
WATCH LIVE: Chief Justice Beasley to hold press conference about court operations Thursday at 10:00 a.m.
A virtual press conference will be held on Thursday, May 21, to announce new directives affecting statewide court operations.
The committee will provide recommendations on how courthouse operations can resume in a safe, healthy, and timely manner.
The NCPBRC is proud to announce the induction of 520 attorneys into the 2019 North Carolina Pro Bono Society.
Drug Court Month is a celebration of the lives restored by drug court.
Small businesses and nonprofits can request free legal assistance through the NC Pro Bono Resource Center’s website.
This year’s Annual Report features noteworthy updates and accomplishments about the component parts and offices of the Judicial Branch.
North Carolina’s court system continues to work on plans for phasing back to full operations.
Governor Roy Cooper Announces Judicial Appointments in Brunswick, Cumberland and Duplin, Jones, Onslow and Sampson Counties
Three judges have been appointed to serve in district and superior courts.
The order extends the effect of previously issued emergency directives until May 30, 2020.
The task force will recommend emergency directives and policy changes related to the COVID-19 health emergency.
Effective Friday, May 1, marriage ceremonies will resume at the courthouse on Mondays and Fridays by appointment only from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The public can watch the session, but will not be able to participate, which is customary during oral arguments held in the courtroom.
The Hall of Justice was closed to the public last week due to an employee at the courthouse testing positive for COVID-19.
Courthouse will be closed to the public effective immediately through May 4 due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19.
Chief Justice Beasley issued an emergency directive ordering magistrates to continue performing marriage ceremonies statewide.
North Carolina legal aid providers remain open.
Latest details about Mecklenburg County clerk of superior court operational hours, district court, superior court, and more.