Live Cary | North Carolina Bar Center Tuesday, November 13, 2018
The Military & Veterans Law Section of the NCBA, with support from the North Carolina State Bar’s committee for Legal Assistance for Military Personnel, brings together members and affiliates who have a special interest in military law or veteran-focused legal services.
This CLE provides training to keep practitioners current on issues ranging from consumer protection to family law issues to gun trusts.
Join us for this CLE as we support those in service.
Planned by the NCBA Military & Veterans Law Section
Click on the "In Depth" tab for tuition, location, hotel, video replay and speaker information.
Full tuition scholarships are available to the following attendees: Military personnel, DOD personnel and all North Carolina licensed attorneys, who are stationed, assigned or practice law in North Carolina and whose area of practice primarily involves the representation of military members, veterans, retirees and their respective spouses.
Applicants will be notified of scholarship approval within five (5) business days after applying.
Scholarships are limited. Please call 800.228.3402 to apply before registering for the program.
8:15am | Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:55 | Welcome and Introductions
9:00 | Mental Health Issues | Fozdar
10:00 | Uniform Deployed Custody and Jurisdiction Act | Tanner
10:45 | Break
11:00 | Armed Forces Disciplinary Control Board | Archer
11:30 | Issues Concerning NC Public Schools | Taggart and Warner
12:00pm | Networking Lunch
12:00 | Military & Veterans Law Section Annual Meeting | G. Brentley Tanner, Cheshire Parker Schneider & Bryan PLLC, Raleigh, NC, 2018-2019 Section Chair, presiding
1:00 | NC Identity Theft Act | Harris
2:00 | Gun Trusts| Blumhardt
2:30 | Who Ya Gonna Call? Consumer Assistance Agencies | Archer
3:00 | Break
3:15 | Service Dogs and Emotional Support Animals | O'Brien
4:00 | The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection and Military Legal Assistance | Martin
5:00 | "You Can't Do That" Family Law Issues | Oldham
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