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This article examines the establishment and evolution of law scholarship in North Carolina between 1820 and 1860 with a focus on the simultaneous professionalization of legal occupations during this period.
The National High School Mock Trial Championship will again be held in North Carolina in May 2015. The civic education tradition of high school mock trials have provided high school students with unique opportunities to learn about the justice system through examination of real-world situational cases and interaction with legal professionals.
In 2010, Orange County, North Carolina lawyer Jay Bryan launched a voluntary mentoring program to pair recent law school graduates with more senior lawyers in order to develop skills, professionalism, and ethics for the recent grads, while allowing experienced lawyers to give back to the community.