The nonpartisan North Carolina Election Protection Hotline (888-OUR-VOTE) is recruiting volunteer lawyers, paralegals, and law students to answer the hotline during the 2022 General Election. Volunteers will answer calls from voters across the state, documenting problems and working to remove barriers to voting. Our hotline is 100% virtual, so volunteers will get trained and answer…

2023 Minority Outreach Conference – Save the Date  Please mark your calendars for the LAP 2023 Minority Outreach Conference.    Where: McKimmon Conference Center, Raleigh, NC When:  Friday, February 24, 2023   We hope you will join us and look forward to seeing you in 2023.  NCLAP has recently joined social media! Follow us on Twitter at @NCLAPtweets and find us…

The Tenth Judicial District Bar, Wake County Bar Association and Campbell Law School are pleased to announce the continuation of our long-standing partnership through the Connections Mentorship Program.  If you are a Wake County attorney within your first three years of practice, there is still time to sign up to take part in the program as a mentee.…

Youth Law Day is a program hosted by Wake County Judges in collaboration with CCLA to provide local youth with the opportunity to learn about the justice system and expose them to the different roles of those who work within that system. Participants will be able to interact with and question attorneys, judges, and law enforcement officers and…

As part of North Carolina’s eCourts initiative, the N.C. Administrative Office of the Courts (NCAOC) will be introducing a new eFiling system, known as File & Serve, that will allow attorneys statewide for the first time ever to submit documents and case filings online. This new capability will launch later this year in four pilot…