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2018-19 CLE Premier Pass
2018-19 CLE Premier Pass

The 2018-2019 CLE Premier Pass is an exclusive member benefit providing you Unlimited CLE including access to hundreds of On Demand programs.

Premier Pass Features:

  • Unlimited tuition-free program admission and online access.
  • Includes Live, Webcast, Video Replay and hundreds of On Demand programs.
  • All NC State Bar MCLE fees paid on your behalf.
  • Bundled savings and fixed education cost.
  • Flexibility to choose what, when and how you want to learn.
  • Access to all course material and other program amenities afforded tuition-paying registrants.
  • Convenient online access to your entire learning record.
  • As an extra benefit, you also receive an additional 30% off all CLE Bookstore purchases.

NCBA Member Rate:

Attorney $750
Paralegal $325

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  • Premier Passes are valid from July 1st through June 30th of the corresponding year of purchase.
  • All non-CLE, NCBA Annual Meeting CLE, pro-bono, lunch and learns, workshops (including trainings, seminars, clinics, and the like), book-bundled CLE programs, 3rd party, joint, and co-hosted programs, whether in state or out of state, are excluded but may be offered at the discretion of the NCBA.
  • Should a Passholder need to cancel his or her registration to a Live, Webcast or Video Replay program, the cancellation request must be received by 9:00am Eastern Time one (1) week prior to the start of the program. Any attendee requesting cancellation less than one week prior to the program or who registers for a program but fails to attend, will be assessed a $75 administrative fee.
  • Premier Passes are non-transferable, non-refundable and registrant substitutions are prohibited.
  • The Premier Pass purchase price cannot be pro-rated.
  • All program material and manuscripts are offered electronically.
  • Premier Pass is designed to provide CLE credit through attendance. Passholders may not utilize Premier Pass simply to gain access to program material and manuscripts.
  • NCBA reserves the right to limit the number of Premier Passes issued.
  • Prices subject to change.

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2019 NCBA Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Law Section Annual Meeting
2019 NCBA Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Law Section Annual Meeting

Live Wrightsville Beach | Holiday Inn Resort
Friday-Saturday, May 10-11, 2019

Available formats


This program explores some of this year’s hot topics in environmental law in North Carolina, with a focus on lessons learned and what comes next.

Pulling from the experience of a wide variety of presenters and topics, this program includes:

  • A keynote address by NC DEQ Secretary Michael Regan
  • Updates on federal and state environmental policy and case law
  • Emerging contaminants from a state and federal regulatory perspective
  • How nuisance law and property rights are changing with a focus on the recent litigation against Smithfield Foods
  • Disaster recovery and resilience in a hurricane-prone state
  • A conversation about renewable energy in North Carolina

Planned by the NCBA Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Law Section

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2019 NCBA Paralegal Division Annual Meeting
2019 NCBA Paralegal Division Annual Meeting

Live Winston-Salem | Benton Convention Center
Friday, May 3, 2019

Available formats


This program offers opportunities to grow and update your professional knowledge and network with others in your field.

Hear from some of North Carolina’s top legal professionals on a variety of topics designed to educate and update you and to energize your career.

At this advanced-level, one-day program, you have an opportunity to gain the following benefits:

  • Learn fundamental information about cryptocurrencies and blockchains and understand how these technologies affect the discovery process for litigation teams and professionals working in e-discovery.
  • Review applicable rules that govern the world of e-discovery, hear real-world examples of the ways things can go wrong and find out how to fix them.
  • Hear about the very real problem of human trafficking and find out how North Carolina citizens and courts are being affected.
  • Understand key topics of the new Session Law 2018-45, including changes that affect boards of directors and officers, voting trusts, shareholder agreements, mergers that follow tender offers, appraisal rights, short-form mergers into non-corporate parent entities, and a new statutory ratification procedure for defective actions or share issuances.
  • Receive the latest real estate news and discuss the most frequent claims, new legislation and recent trends affecting your practice.
  • Review the details and procedures that make trying a criminal case in North Carolina different and exciting.
  • Examine the December 2018 changes to the WDNC Local Rules and the modifications to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
  • Become well-versed in the general status of immigration law resulting from the recent government shutdown through recent court cases and presidential orders and learn how these changes have affected enforcement policies.
  • Hear from a North Carolina Supreme Court Justice on her take of modern ethical dilemmas faced by North Carolina paralegals.

Planned by the NCBA Paralegal Division

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The Paralegal Division is collecting supplies for Family Services!  

At this year's Paralegal Division Annual Meeting, attendees are encouraged to donate to the division’s charitable cause. 

Family Services works collaboratively with government, education, other nonprofit organizations and citizens to solve our community’s complex social problems. Too many individuals in our community struggle with poverty, unemployment and domestic upheaval that threaten not only the lives of their own families but also our collective future. Family Services works to help children, families and individuals make positive, lasting changes in their lives; strengthen families; build a healthier, more stable community; and build a better future for all of us.

Family Services (Forsyth) has an immediate need for the following items: bath towels, wash cloths, kitchen towels, single size sheets, full size bottles of shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant, etc., and feminine care products.

We ask that you bring what you can to the event or consider making a monetary donation here.

Family Law and The Mechanics: Say It Loud, Say It Clear (2019 Family Law Section Annual Meeting)
Family Law and The Mechanics: Say It Loud, Say It Clear (2019 Family Law Section Annual Meeting)

Live Asheville | Renaissance Asheville Hotel
Friday-Saturday, May 3-4, 2019

Available formats


Mechanics (Greek μηχανική) is that area of science concerned with the behavior of physical bodies when subjected to forces or displacements and the subsequent effects of the bodies on their environment.

Divorce (North Carolina διαζύγιο) is that area of law concerned with the behavior of physical couples subjected to displacement, and the subsequent legal effects of that displacement upon their surrounding environment (i.e., their kids).

At this program we explore the mechanics of family law, with an emphasis on practical application. The format of this entire program is "top 10 tips" on a particular topic area. Our speakers show us how to deal with third parties in litigation, how to properly admit evidence at trial, how to enforce orders once trial is over and how to avoid trial entirely by utilizing arbitration.

This program also includes case law updates, an ethics/professionalism hour and an hour of technology training to satisfy the new CLE requirement.

Planned by the NCBA Family Law Section

Satisfies NC State Bar Technology Training requirement

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NCBA Executive Education
NCBA Executive Education