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Domestic laws are largely a creation of statutes rather than common law.
As a result, most practitioners who regularly practice in domestic courts become very familiar with the statutes that shape most of what we do.
Judges also work every day with the multitude of rules and regulations contained within the domestic statutes with the occasional guidance from the Court of Appeals for specific issues of statutory interpretation.
Rarely, however, do practitioners or judges consider the constitutional implications that affect every case before the court, whether it be for custody or alimony or child support.
This session examines some of the intersections between constitutional and family law and looks at practical ways to consider those issues in your everyday practice and protect your clients' constitutional rights.
May 04, 2018
NC State Bar
Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) and Certified Paralegal Education (CPE) (Total): 0.75
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