James Ferguson, Fred Lind, and former Justice Patricia Timmons-Goodson received the award on January 22 in Raleigh.
The North Carolina Pro Bono Resource Center (PBRC) is collecting 2019 pro bono information from N.C. attorneys.
Chief Justice Beasley Appoints Chief District Court Judge in Judicial District 12 (Cumberland County)
Chief District Court Judge Edward A. Pone will succeed Chief District Court Judge Robert Stiehl upon his retirement.
Chief Justice Beasley and Governor Cooper Declare January as Human Trafficking Prevention and Awareness Month
Chief Justice Beasley joins government leaders today to declare January 2020 as Human Trafficking Prevention Month.
WATCH LIVE WEDNESDAY: Chief Justice Beasley Joins Governor to Declare January as Human Trafficking Prevention and Awareness Month
WATCH LIVE: Wednesday, January 15 at 10:00 a.m. on the Judicial Branch’s Facebook Live (@NCcourts)
Chief Justice Beasley will join Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) Chief Justice Kirk Saunooke and tour the Cherokee Tribal Court.
Started by a Presidential Proclamation in 2011, the prevention month is intended to raise public awareness of modern-day slavery.
The grade is vital in understanding and comparing North Carolina’s Human Trafficking Commission on a national level.
Judge Lewis served as senior resident superior court judge for Judicial District 13B (Brunswick County).
Scam reports involving the Supreme Court of North Carolina’s main phone number requesting funds for tax collection.