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The final step toward starting your new career!
Once you pass the North Carolina State Bar examination, NC State Bar rules require you to take the Professionalism for New Attorneys (PNA) course from an approved provider.
The North Carolina Bar Association’s PNA program is a mandatory two-day, 12-hour continuing legal education (CLE) program designed to give newly licensed attorneys a greater understanding of law practice management, trust accounts, NC State Bar rules and requirements, professionalism and ethics, and the grievance process.
The majority of new North Carolina attorneys have met their PNA requirements with this North Carolina Bar Association course.
By exploring the details beyond the basics of 26 essential topics, this second edition of the bestselling ABCs of Traffic Law allows you to become confident in this most complex, yet common, area of law.
Alphabetical chapter topics
Current case law
Recent legislative changes
Easy-to-use charts and diagrams
Emphasis on imperative statutes
New topic: Impaired Driving
CLE CREDIT: 12.0 Hours (Includes 11.0 Hours Ethics/Professional Responsibility and 1.0 Hour Substance Abuse/Mental Health credits)
Dealing with the Courts
Ethics and Grievance Committees
Overview of the North Carolina State Bar
Pro Bono Service in North Carolina
Getting Lost in Our Own Lives | Substance Abuse/Mental Health Hour
Why Professionalism is Important to You
A View from the Bench: Cases and Examples of Professionalism and the Challenges of Being a New Lawyer
Professionalism Insight and Voluntary Oath
The Attorney-Client Relationship: Things Every Attorney Needs to Know
Follow the Money: Managing a Trust Account
Practical Ethics for the Modern Law Office
Starting Out: Financial Planning Strategies
Organization of a Small Law Office and Running a Small Law Office Panel Discussion