Upcoming Live Webcasts
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As a North Carolina attorney, you are all too aware of the gross racial and ethnic disparities characterizing the State's legal system.  But do you have the tools in your toolkit to challenge racialized mass incarceration in your individual cases, in the court system, and in your community? At NCAJ's annual award-winning seminar on addressing racial bias and racial disparities in the criminal justice system, Program Co-Chairs Emily Coward and James Williams have lined up leading state and national experts who will arm you with the facts, tools, and strategies necessary to advocate for racially just processes and outcomes at critical stages of the criminal process, including drug law enforcement, pretrial release, assessment of costs and fees, and jury selection. Special Keynote Presentation by Rick Jones, President, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.  Reserve Your Spot and Register for the Webcast Today!

Formats Available: PRE-ORDER CD-ROM (Will be fulfilled 3-4 weeks after live event), PRE-ORDER AUDIO CD (Will be fulfilled 3-4 weeks after live event), PRE-ORDER STREAMING (Will be fulfilled 3-4 weeks after live event), PRE-ORDER DVD (Will be fulfilled 3-4 weeks after live event), Live Webcast
Original Seminar Date: January 19, 2018

Approved Credit:
  • NC State Bar: 6.00 hours General Hours

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    Collapse Tools for Your Toolbox: Litigating a Family Law Case

    Program Co-Chairs Amy Britt and Afi Johnson-Parris have outdone themselves by organizing a tremendously resourceful and informative seminar that every family law practitioner, new or experienced, should plan to attend.  The preparation and management of the most common family law topics -- child custody, child support, alimony, equitable distribution – will be explored.  As if that’s not enough, this seminar will also cover trial advocacy tips on courtroom tactics and procedures for family law cases and appellate issues.  Reserve Your Spot and Register Today!  Qualifies for NC State Bar Family Law Specialization Credit Too!

    Formats Available: Streaming (Available 3-4 weeks after Live Program), Live Webcast
    Original Seminar Date: February 09, 2018
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • NC State Bar: 6.00 hours General Hours

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    Collapse Ethics Hot Issues 2018

    Program Chair Burton Craige has, once again, outdone himself by assembling an awesome lineup of speakers and topics on the hottest ethical considerations as well as resources on how to maintain a good work-life balance.  Regardless of whether you need to fulfill your year-end requirements for the NC State Bar or want to be up to date on the most recent ethical issues, this seminar has you covered!   Register Today!

    Formats Available: PRE-ORDER STREAMING (will be fulfilled 3-4 weeks after live event), Live Webcast
    Original Seminar Date: February 21, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • NC State Bar: 2.00 hours Ethics, 1 hour Substance Abuse

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    Collapse Defending DWI:  Strategies for Success

    Get the latest resources across a wide variety of subject matter associated with DWI defense at NCAJ’s Annual DWI Winter seminar.  Program Chair Matt Davenport has, once again, brought together a top-notch lineup of proficient speakers to provide you with the most up to date information about the practice area's hottest topics.  For the successful defense of your DWI client, you won't want to miss this seminar.  Register Today!

    Formats Available: PRE-ORDER STREAMING (will be fulfilled 3-4 weeks after live event), Live Webcast
    Original Seminar Date: February 23, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • NC State Bar: 1 hour Substance Abuse, 5.00 hours General Hours

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