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Use #AskNCCALJ To Join the Conversation March 27

The North Carolina Bar Association (@NCBAorg) and the North Carolina Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice (www.nccalj.org) are hosting #AskNCCALJ, a Twitter Town Hall, at noon on Monday, March 27, to discuss the release of the North Carolina Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice report and its recommendations.

The Twitter Town Hall aims to inform attorneys of the Commission recommendations as well as discuss implementation plans. Read the full Commission report here.

Justice Barbara Jackson (@JudgeJackson), NCCALJ Technology Committee Chair, Catharine Arrowood (@CBArrowood), NCCALJ Legal Professionalism Committee Chair, Tom Murry (@Tom_Murry), AOC Chief Legal Counsel for Governmental Affairs, and Kim Crouch (@KCrouch41), NCBA Director of Governmental Affairs, will spend an hour answering questions about the NCCALJ process, report and recommendations.

If you would like to submit a question in advance please click here.

The moderators will do their best to answer all questions submitted in advance at the beginning of the Twitter Town Hall event. The NCBA has created the following ground rules and categories for questions.

Ground Rules  

  • Be thoughtful about the questions.
  • Please limit questions to the North Carolina Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice.
  • Any questions about cases, legal advice, or partisan politics will not be answered.
  • Please keep it civil.
  • Please keep the questions short and succinct.

Categories of Questions

  • Work of the Commission
  • Civil Justice Issues
  • Criminal Justice Issues
  • Legal Professionalism
  • Public Trust and Confidence in our Courts
  • Technology in our Courts
  • Appointment / Selection Process for our Judges
  • Access and Fairness Issues for our Citizens

Some questions that require a bit of research or that are not answered within the allocated Twitter Town Hall hour will still be followed up on Twitter (@NCBAorg) or the North Carolina Bar Association Blog. Please feel free to stay tuned throughout the day.