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The NC Legal Education Assistance Foundation (NC LEAF) aids lawyers with student loan repayment, the first non-profit organization in the nation to do so. Founded in 1989, the program helps students who desire to work in the public interest field, but cannot afford to pay back their loans due to low salaries. Many organizations, such as NC IOLTA, the NC Bar Association, the NC State Bar, and the NC Equal Access to Justice Foundation, have donated money to ensure NC LEAF continues to offer this assistance.
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Budget cuts at the Office of Indigent Services (IDS), has created many problems in the North Carolina legal system, including the inability to pay lawyers. Such cuts and delayed payments often have mental health consequences for both young and long-time lawyers. The Lawyer Assistance Program helps these individuals get back on their feet.
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Daniel R. Taylor Jr., one of Judge Ward's early law clerks, describes the life of Judge Hiram Ward beginning with Ward's service in the military during World War II through his legal career as a lawyer and judge.
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North Carolina State Bar Journal (NoCar KF 200 N67), Vol. 19 Issue 2, Summer 2014, p20-25, 37, il, f
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