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23087
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The North Carolina Bar Association requested North Carolina attorneys to complete the Judicial Performance Evaluation (JPE) in preparation for the 2014 election. Attorneys who had some level of professional contact with the candidate evaluated all contenders for the trial bench. The results of the JPE survey were accessible to North Carolina voters through the website ElectNCJudges.org.
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23082
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The North Carolina State Bar in Raleigh not only offers resources for the state's attorneys, but also houses an art collection. All but one piece in the collection were created by North Carolina artists and they span a range of styles and mediums.
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2113
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Charles M. Davis, who has practiced law in Louisburg, in Franklin County, since 1961, is the new president of the North Carolina State Bar. In an interview he discusses his career and his views on the organization he heads.
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North Carolina State Bar Quarterly (NoCar KF 200 N65), Vol. 41 Issue 4, Fall 1994, p10-16, il, por
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19022
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The current state bar association dates from 1899. Lawrence recounts the bar's history and some of the distinguished men who have served as its president.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 10 Issue 52, May 1943, p4-5, 25
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