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- North Carolina Appellate Court Opinions
Court opinions from 1998 to present from the N.C. Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.
- North Carolina Business Court
The North Carolina Business Court is a specialized forum of the North Carolina State Courts’ trial division. Cases involving complex and significant issues of corporate and commercial law in our state are assigned by the Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court to a special superior court judge who oversees resolution of all matters in the case through trial.
- North Carolina Court System
The official page of the North Carolina Court System, run by the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC).
- Wake County Clerk of Superior Court
This site is intended to serve as an informational resource for the citizens of Wake County and other customers of the Wake County Courthouse.
- Wake County District Attorney's Office
The mission of the Wake County District Attorney's Office is to fairly administer criminal justice in a professional manner balancing rights, interests, and concerns of victims, accused, and citizens of this state and to promote and encourage the creation and implementation of laws and programs which will further this goal.
- City of Raleigh
Main website link for the city of Raleigh.
- North Carolina Department of Justice
The Attorney General is the head of the North Carolina Department of Justice. The Department has four primary functions:
•Provide legal representation to state agencies;
•Assist local law enforcement in fighting crime and prosecuting cases;
•Provide training and standards for law enforcement;
•Protect North Carolina consumers.
- North Carolina General Assembly
This is the official web site of the North Carolina General Assembly. Use this web site as a tool to track bills, find and communicate with your State House and Senate representatives, and to follow meetings and issues before the General Assembly.
- North Carolina General Statutes
The Statutes on the North Carolina General Assembly website reflect changes made in the last legislative session.
- North Carolina Secretary of State
MISSION STATEMENT of the N.C. Secretary of State: To serve and protect citizens, the business community and governmental agencies by facilitating business activities, by providing accurate and timely information and by preserving documents and records.
- State of North Carolina
Welcome to the official portal of North Carolina State Government. Here you will find information on the programs and services that make North Carolina a better place to be."
~ Governor Beverly Perdue
- Town of Cary
The website for the Town of Cary
- U.S. Attorney's Office - Eastern District of NC
The District Court judicial resources for the Eastern District are:
•Two Active Federal District Court Judges
•Two Senior Status Federal District Court Judge
•Two full-time and one part-time United States Magistrate Judges Two Bankruptcy Judges
•The District Court cases are appealed to the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.
- Wake County Government
Website of the Wake County Government
- Campbell's Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law
Campbell Law School is a highly demanding, purposely small, intensely personal community of faculty and students whose aim, guided by transcendent values, is to develop lawyers who possess moral conviction, social compassion and professional competence, who view the practice of law as a calling to serve others, and to create a more just society.
- Duke University School of Law
At Duke Law School, students and faculty experience academic rigor in an interdisciplinary environment where creativity and innovation rule. Bold, strategic expansions in faculty, clinics, interdisciplinary centers, law journals, public interest opportunities, and high-tech facilities ensure that the Law School stays on the cutting edge of legal scholarship. The Duke Blueprint to LEAD is a powerful set of principles for leadership growth that informs the development of committed, ethical lawyers who are well-equipped for the 21st century.
- Elon University School of Law
Elon Law prepares students to be exceptional lawyers through a rigorous core curriculum, a leadership program that equips students to address regional, national and global challenges, and an engaged learning approach to legal education that emphasizes innovative teaching in the classroom and an array of field-based experiences outside the classroom.
- NC Central University School of Law
The mission of the North Carolina Central University School of Law is to provide a challenging and broad-based educational program designed to stimulate intellectual inquiry of the highest order, and to foster in each student a deep sense of professional responsibility and personal integrity so as to produce competent and socially responsible members of the legal profession.
- UNC School of Law
UNC School of Law was founded in 1845 and is part of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the nation's first state-supported university. The school has been approved by the American Bar Association since 1928.
- Wake Forest University School of Law
Wake Forest University was founded in 1834 outside the state capital of Raleigh, North Carolina. In 1941, the medical school moved to Winston-Salem, and the rest of the College followed in 1956. The School of Law was established in 1894, and in 1993 moved into its current facility, the Worrell Professional Center
NC Judicial Election Information
- Elect NC Judges
The North Carolina Bar Association is offering information regarding the 2012 candidates for trial judge based on surveys of active lawyers in North Carolina. The link below allows you to choose the county of your residence to find information about the candidates for trial court judge on your ballot.
- NCBA Public Service Announcement
NCBA Public Service Announcement
Other Legal-Related Links
- Legal Aid of North Carolina
Legal Aid of North Carolina (LANC) is a statewide, nonprofit 501(c)3 law firm that provides free legal services in civil matters to low-income people in order to ensure equal access to justice and to remove legal barriers to economic opportunity. LANC operates in all 100 counties in North Carolina through 24 geographically based offices.
- North Carolina Lawyer Referral Service
Need a lawyer or think you need one? The NC Find-a-Lawyer can help you locate an attorney in your area who may be able to help you with your legal matter. Although NC Find a Lawyer does not charge for this service, the attorney may charge you up to $50 for an initial consultation up to 30 minutes. The attorney will discuss fees beyond the initial consultation.
This site provides resources for pro bono and legal aid attorneys and others working to assist low-income or disadvantaged clients in North Carolina. Please join our community and start making a difference today!
- Wake County Volunteer Lawyer Program - Legal Aid of North Carolina
Since 1982, the Volunteer Lawyer Program of Wake County, has been supporting the Raleigh office of Legal Aid of North Carolina to provide legal help for the county's impoverished residents.
Practice Management Links
- NBJ Consulting & Conflict Resolution
NBJ Consulting & Conflict Resolution offers:
* Many years of experience
* Boundless energy and heartfelt passion for our work
* Persistent resourcefulness
* Positive attitudes seasoned with a hearty sense of humor
* Custom-designed and simple office management, leadership and
conflict resolution “tools” for each client
* Patience, common sense and compassion
- NCBA Center for Practice Management
The North Carolina Bar Association offers the Center for Practice Management as a member benefit. Helpful information about your practice can be found on this site.