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This 2013 downloadable supplement contains invaluable case summaries from some of the most recent family law cases in North Carolina and editor's additions to the top 10 cases. Available in a rich text pdf download that allows for immediate access once purchased and key word search.
"I have found the ABCs of DWI book by Chad Garrett and Joel Oakley to be an invaluable resource. With it I can quickly navigate to a specific issue and find the relevant statute(s) and key cases. The book conveniently slides into my brief case so I can have it with me in court."
-Howard K. Ross,The Law Offices of Howard K. Ross, Durham
North Carolina Construction Law Deskbook, Sixth Edition (2013)
This completely updated Sixth Edition is considered the "bible" for practitioners serving the NC construction industry. It is both a resource and research tool for experienced construction lawyers and a guide and primer for lawyers who do not frequently practice in the area of construction law.
North Carolina Paralegal Resource Binder, Second Edition (2013)
This second edition is instrumental in the practice of all paralegals no matter field or years of experience and provides updates to the original edition and expands its coverage bringing the manual up-to-date on legal technology.
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ABCs of Traffic Law: Do's and Dont's of Traffic Court
The ABCs of Traffic Law: Do's and Don'ts of Traffic Court discusses 26 topics that all attorneys think they know, or may have heard something about, or had a client call them about that one time. Each topic explores a bit beyond the surface of the statute, or consequence, or potential difficulty.
This publication examines case law from the last 10 years and presents the Top 10 Cases every family lawyer must know in 5 core family law areas. Formatted & indexed for easy use, this is an invaluable resource for all family law attorneys.