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135
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Legal Services of North Carolina offers legal counsel to the poor. Taylor discusses the present concerns and projects of the organization.
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The number of African-Americans admitted to the bar in North Carolina has increased significantly since James Edward O'Hara was first admitted in 1868.
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North Carolina State Bar Quarterly (NoCar KF 200 N65), Vol. 39 Issue 2, Spring 1992, p12-19, il, por, bibl, f
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The North Carolina Supreme Court Historical Society, formed in 1991, aims to preserve the history of North Carolina's Supreme Court and its judges, which have been heretofore neglected.
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1154
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Rule 2.2(c) of the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct regulates lawyers' activities in advertising and referrals.
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1226
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The new Wake Forest Professional Center Library, while housing traditional research materials, places great emphasis on providing access to all formats of legal information.
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Judges Richard C. Erwin and William L. Osteen, both North Carolina natives, discuss how they came to be judges on the United States District Court.
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1231
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The North Carolina Supreme Court has recently decided a case that could drastically affect social host liability in this state.
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1230
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The Commission on the Status of Women in the Legal Profession adopts resolutions encouraging the profession to promote gender fairness.
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1228
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Lawyers who are willing to adapt their work styles to make the most of their legal assistants can reap financial and personal rewards.
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1227
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Studies have identified several significant problem areas that solo and small firm practitioners face.
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Martin traces this period of the North Carolina Supreme Court's history by citing significant decisions from each decade, beginning with the 1920s, and reviews such fundamental alterations in the judicial system as constitutional amendments.
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On the 175th anniversary of the North Carolina Supreme Court, Smith gives a brief history of the court's creation and points out that North Carolina, and North Carolina's courts, had experienced much prior to 1819.
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1737
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Effective December 1, 1993, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were amended; the changes altered civil practice in federal court. The authors discuss the new rules in the context of their relevance to the Eastern, Middle, and Western districts of NC.
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1739
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Issues concerning the procedure for the North Carolina State Bar's rulings on questions of legal ethics are presented in a question-and-answer format.