For more than 30 years, the UNC Law School`s annual Festival of Legal Learning has provided legal education to more than 15,000 lawyers and judges across the country. In 2022, the festival will offer 28 online sessions over a four-day period. Students can customize their learning and choose the courses that are most beneficial to their needs. The festival is aimed at lawyers and lawyers to build foundations, sharpen skills, offer perspectives and highlight new developments in the field of law. Participants can earn up to 12 hours of CLE credit to meet the North Carolina State Bar`s annual requirements for technology, ethics/professional responsibility, and addiction/mental health. Out-of-state participants can download an MCLE certificate from the website within 30 days of the conference. The sending of the completed documents and the payment (of the fees outside the State) are the responsibility of the participant. More information about this event can be found on the UNC School of Law website. This year`s program includes sessions covering topics such as Second Amendment, Leandro, environmental justice, bankruptcy law, student-athletes, critical race theory, and more. The speakers are recognized experts in their field. Plenary sessions include: The Legal Learning Festival is a convenient, affordable and fun way to meet your continuing education needs.
With over 100+ courses over an intensive two-day period, the Festival of Legal Learning aims to build foundations, sharpen skills, provide perspectives, and highlight new developments in the field of law. William et Ida Friday CenterUNC School of Law 160 Ridge Road Chapel Hill, Caroline du Nord Thomas P. Holderness von Robinson Bradshaw präsentierte auf dem Festival of Legal Learning 2014 « Advice and Litigating Residency Issues against North Carolina Department of Revenue ». Diese Veranstaltung wurde von der University of North Carolina School of Law gesponsert und fand im William et Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education statt.