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(R)evolutions in Criminal Practice (2017 Criminal Justice Section Annual Meeting)
(R)evolutions in Criminal Practice (2017 Criminal Justice Section Annual Meeting)

              
             

Live Cary, NC Bar Center | Live Webcast

Friday, January 27, 2017

Thursday Dinner and Reception: 6:00p-until
Friday Registration: 8:30a
Program: 8:55a-4:30p

Also Available via Video Replay

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This program provides valuable information, strategies and techniques for attorneys practicing in criminal courtrooms in North Carolina.

  • Catch up on the last year in DWI law and find out how recent decisions in our state and across the country are shaking things up.
  • North Carolina is officially a Daubert state - Understand how that is changing the ways Courts evaluate expert testimony.
  • Ethics issues affect prosecutors, defense attorneys and judges. Hear all three sides discuss recent real life ethical pitfalls in criminal practice and how they see their role in dealing with them.
  • Is the Defendant a citizen? It matters to you regardless of where you sit in the courtroom. Find out how and why.
  • Get a full year’s worth of criminal case law and statutory updates in just under an hour.
  • One of the premier jury consultants in America takes time to talk jury selection in criminal cases.

Planned by the NCBA Criminal Justice Section

Mastering a Broad Practice (2017 Corporate Counsel Section Annual Meeting)
Mastering a Broad Practice (2017 Corporate Counsel Section Annual Meeting)

              
             

Live Cary, NC Bar Center | Live Webcast

Friday, January 27, 2017

Registration and Continental Breakfast: 8:00a
Program: 8:25a-5:00p

Also Available via Video Replay

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This year’s annual meeting addresses the breadth of expertise, skills and challenges faced by in-house counsel.

Mastering a Broad Practice includes practical, informative and interactive sessions aimed to equip corporate counsel with the tools necessary to tackle a range of issues including best practices in corporate governance, compliance and financial disclosures, cybersecurity and data breaches, managing contract portfolios, corporate governance crises, and ethical issues and intricacies of an in-house practice.

Learn from experts in these areas, collaborate with peers and take your in-house practice to the next level.

Planned by the NCBA Corporate Counsel Section

On Demand Programs
On Demand Programs

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The Public Records Act and New Technology: How to Prevent a Whiteout (Joint Program Administrative Law and Government & Public Sector Sections and 2017 Government & Public Sector Section Annual Meeting)
The Public Records Act and New Technology: How to Prevent a Whiteout (Joint Program Administrative Law and Government & Public Sector Sections and 2017 Government & Public Sector Section Annual Meeting)

              
             

Live Cary, NC Bar Center | Live Webcast

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Registration: 8:00a
Program: 8:40a-4:15p

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Compliance with the Public Records Act has become increasingly complex as a result of new technology and the increased use of social media.

More complexity arises from the regulatory requirements for the creation of data to demonstrate permit or program compliance.

Sanctions from the courts arise from failure to properly preserve public records under the Rules of Evidence, and litigation holds create even more challenges for practitioners.

The Administrative Law and Government & Public Sector Sections have combined to examine the challenge of avoiding being lost in the whiteout that comes from too much public information to manage.

Planned by the NCBA Administrative Law and Government & Public Sector Sections