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NCBA CLE: Professionalism for New Attorneys (PNA) 2014
Please note that it is not necessary to wait for your state bar number to be issued before signing up for a PNA program. Once your bar number has been issued the State Bar will provide it to us. In our program reporting, we will take all the necessary steps to ensure that your state bar number is associated with your attendance and that your satisfaction of the PNA requirement is reported to the State Bar.
The NCBA is the largest provider in the state for the mandatory Professionalism for New Attorneys (PNA) program. All new admittees must take this program within one year of bar admission.
If you are new to the practice of law in North Carolina, welcome! We’re glad you’re here and we’re ready to help with all the resources you need.
At PNA you'll have the opportunity to tailor your learning experience with breakout sections addressing specific practice environments. Tailored sessions include:
Complete you PNA requirement in two days consecutively at the Bar Center (or other various video replay locations), or for your convenience, take your first day by webcast and then join us at the Bar Center fo Day Two in May or October, where you can take advantage of extensive networking oppotunities and our special on-site book sale.
Planned by the NCBA CLE Department
View From the Bench | Live and Video
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Every litigator has encountered a situation where they wanted to get insight from a judge as to how to handle a particular issue or an explanation as to why a judge ruled as he or she did.
"What am I supposed to do?"
"Why did you allow that?"
"What should I have done differently?"
Whether the issue is dealing with unrepresented litigants, difficult opposing counsel, or simply navigating unchartered territory, there is no substitute for getting explanations and recommendations directly from the judges themselves.
This program focuses on important, timely topics, and provide participants with unique access to panels and presentations of excellent judges from across the state.
The NC Bar Association's Bench/Bar Liaison Committee presents the 2014 View from the Bench CLE as a forum of practical instruction from our state's top judges, appropriate for both new attorneys and seasoned veterans, designed to improve the quality and efficiency of the courtroom experience in our state.
Planned by the NCBA Bench/Bar Liason Committee