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North Carolina Personal Injury Lawyers

It doesn't take a specialist to see that North Carolina personal injury lawyers take on cases from Charlotte to Greensboro and from Winston-Salem to Wilmington and many other cities like Durham, Raleigh and Fayetteville plus others around the state. Many North Carolina personal injury lawyers avail themselves of special organizations for education, networking and camaraderie.

 

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North Carolina statutes limit the practice of law to active members of The North Carolina State Bar and to professional corporations properly registered and qualified as law firms. N.C. Gen. Stat. §§ 84-4 and 84-5. The Authorized Practice Committee is a standing committee of the State Bar charged with investigating and acting upon allegations of unauthorized practice of law. The Rules of The North Carolina State Bar state, “[t]he purpose of the committee on the authorized practice of law is to protect the public from being unlawfully advised and represented in legal matters by unqualified persons.” 27 N.C. Admin. Code 1D § .0201.

Allegations of unauthorized practice of law are sent to staff counsel for the Authorized Practice Committee. Staff counsel for the Committee is a designated attorney within the State Bar's Office of Counsel. Staff counsel reviews the allegation. If the allegation raises unauthorized practice of law issues, staff counsel sends a letter of notice to the person or entity involved asking for a response to the allegation. Staff counsel may also conduct additional investigation, as needed. Staff counsel prepares a report of counsel for the Committee, presenting the materials from the complainant and the respondent, any investigative findings, and a proposed course of action for the Committee's consideration. The Committee determines whether there is probable cause to believe that unauthorized practice has occurred and how the State Bar should respond.

North Carolina Personal Injury Lawyers

The North Carolina Bar Association is an organization that has the primary goal of serving the public and legal profession by ensuring that superior standards of integrity, justice, competence and civility are provided for all members of the profession. This organization, which has a total of 13,500 members is the largest organization in North Carolina that strives to fulfill the different professional needs of North Carolina personal injury lawyers, as well as lawyers in different fields.

This organization is entirely separate from the North Carolina State Bar, of which it is mandatory for any person practicing to be a member of. The State Bar is responsible for ensuring the regulations that all attorneys are to abide by and they are also responsible for disciplining attorneys when they have strayed from those regulations. The North Carolina Bar Association has only the purpose of helping and serving North Carolina personal injury lawyers and other attorneys.

Some of the services provided by the North Carolina Bar Association are professional support, being an influential force regarding issues of interest to the Bar, providing continuing education programs in many different areas of law, a Lawyer Referral Service, and support for attorneys providing pro bono services.

Any law student that is attending an ABA-accredited law school may join the North Carolina Bar Association at no cost. Students who wish to join the Association will be able to partake of many of the advantages that are available to the attorney members.

These include Casemaker, the online member directory, and many different networking opportunities. Division members will also automatically become members of the Young Lawyers Division, a division of the Association that sponsors committees and projects throughout the entire year. The Young Lawyers Division also has a mentoring program in place for any student that is enrolled in any North Carolina law school.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 

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