Banner Year Ahead For CLE Books
The CLE Department of the North Carolina Bar Association Foundation is committed to providing
continuing legal education programming “for North Carolina lawyers by North Carolina lawyers.” To that end, 2016 promises to be a banner year for CLE publications devoted to North Carolina law.
Nine new books are already scheduled for release next year; there will probably be more.
“We are excited about the quantity and quality of the publications that will be released next year,” said Marisa Campbell, chair of the CLE Committee. “And we are always pleased to see North Carolina so prominently featured in the title and content of most of our books.”
The credit, she added, goes to the volunteers.
“The strength of our publications, much like the strength of our CLE programs, depends largely on the dedication of our members,” Campbell said. “They give freely of their time and expertise to produce materials that are indispensable for North Carolina lawyers.”
The publication schedule follows. All of these books will be available through the CLE section of the NCBA website. If you have any questions, please contact Laura Bonfiglio via phone (1-800-228-3402) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
January 25, 2016: North Carolina General Practitioner’s Guide to Criminal Law (Part of the N.C. General Practitioner’s Guide Series); Managing Editor: M. Moseley Matheson, The Matheson Law Office, Raleigh
February 4, 2016: North Carolina Estate Administration Manual, Supplement to the Eighth Edition; Managing Editors: Jessica M. Hardin & Heidi Royal, Robinson Bradshaw & Hinson PA, Charlotte (Supplement will serve as program materials for Basics of Estate Administration program)
February 25, 2016: Critical Construction Law Cases, Second Edition; Managing Editor: Jay M. Wilkerson, Connor Gwyn Schenck PLLC, Raleigh (Release date will coincide with 2016 Construction Law Winter Program)
February 26, 2016: ABCs of Traffic Law: Do’s and Don’ts of Traffic Court, Second Edition (Part of the ABCs of NC Law Series); Author: Chad D. Garrett, Garrett Walker and Aycoth Attorneys at Law, Greensboro (Release date will coincide with 2016 Criminal Justice Section Annual Meeting)
April 29, 2016: North Carolina Family Law Marital Claims Deskbook, Fourth Edition; Managing Editor: Andrea N. Capua, di Santi Watson Capua Wilson & Garrett PLLC, Boone (Release date will coincide with 2016 Family Law Section Annual Meeting)
September 30, 2016: North Carolina Construction Law Deskbook, Seventh Edition; Managing Editor: Gregory L. Shelton, Horack Talley Pharr & Lowndes PA, Charlotte (Release date will coincide with 2016 Construction Law Section Annual Meeting)
October 11 or 18, 2016: Your First Trial; Author: Christopher L. Parrish, Guilford County District Attorney’s Office, Asheboro (Release date will coincide with fall Professionalism for New Attorneys program, also known as PNA)
October 28, 2016: North Carolina Lawyers as Employer by Thomas A. Farr, Kevin S. Joyner, Michael D. McKnight & Phillip J. Strach, Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC, Raleigh
November 18, 2016: North Carolina Bankruptcy Practice Manual, Eighth Edition; Managing Editors: Deborah T. Crowder, U.S. Bankruptcy Court Western District of N.C., Statesville & Heather W. Culp, Essex Richards PA, Charlotte