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  • Product not yet rated Contains 9 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Social Security Disability: Back to Basics

    Social Security Disability: Back to Basics

    Welcoming Remarks by Program Chairs 

    • Ashley Hartman Sappenfield, Lanier Law Group, Jamestown 
    • Laura Beth Waller, Martin, Jones & Piemonte, Charlotte 

    Obtaining, reading, and using Veteran’s claim files in an SSD case 

    • Elizabeth Lunn, Lunn & Forro, Raleigh 

    Medicare Update 

    • Chad Brown, Chad Brown Law, Statesville  

    SSR 20-01 

    • Susan Downs, The Downs Law Office, Raleigh  

    The Price We Pay as Professional Problem Solvers 

    • Candace Hoffman, Lawyers Assistance Program, Raleigh  

    History, Structure, and Significance of the Dictionary of Occupational Titles 

    • Alexandra Southerland, Legal Aid of North Carolina, Raleigh  

    Technology for the Social Security Disability Lawyer/Advocate

    • J. William Snyder, Law Office of Will Snyder, PLLC, Winston-Salem  

    Job Browser Pro Presentation

    • Kate Jett, Wheeler Jett Consulting, LLC, Morehead


    • Register
      • Non-Member - $390
      • NCAJ Member - $290
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $99
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $250
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $140
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $185
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $185
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  • Product not yet rated Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits

    4th Annual Women’s Caucus Retreat (On Demand)

    4th Annual Women’s Caucus Retreat

    5.5 CLE Hours (inc. 2.0 substance abuse/mental health)

    Topics and Speakers

    Welcome Remarks by Program Chairs 

    • Kristen Dewar, Minick Law, P.C., Concord
    • Katherine A. King, Everett Gaskins Hancock LLP, Raleigh 
    • Rachel Matesic, The Sasser Law Firm, P.A. Charlotte

    Finding your Home – How to Create and Grow Your Business 

    • Moderators: Kristen Dewar and Katie King
    • Valerie Johnson, Johnson & Groninger, PLLC, Durham 
    • Michelle Gessner, GessnerLaw, PLLC , Charlotte 
    • Kristen Beightol, Edwards Beightol, LLC, Raleigh 

    Finding Your Niche 

    • Moderator: Rachel Matesic and Helen Baddour
    • Ann Groninger, Johnson & Groninger, PLLC, Charlotte 
    • Meghann Burke, Brazil & Burke, P.A, Asheville

    Finding your Seat at the Table 

    • Moderator: Judge Linda McGee, N.C. Court of Appeals, Raleigh  
    • Janet Ward Black , Ward Black Law, Greensboro
    • Rebecca Britton , Britton Law, P.A., Fayetteville
    • Peggy Abrams, Abrams & Abrams, P.A., Raleigh 
    • Mary Pollard, North Carolina Office of Indigent Defense Services, Durham

    Finding your Balance- The Price We Pay as Professional Problem Solvers

    • Candace Hoffman, NCLAP Field Coordinator, Raleigh





    • Register
      • Non-Member - $390
      • NCAJ Member - $290
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $99
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $250
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $140
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $185
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $185
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  • Contains 11 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Program Chairs Julie Bell and Santiago Arroba Rodriguez have put together a spectacular seminar that covers the timeliest and most relevant topics facing attorneys who handle disbursements today. No matter what your level of knowledge and expertise, it's never too late to learn even MORE about the complexities of disbursements. The speakers will explore the latest in the world of ERISA, wrongful death disbursements, Medicare, medical provider billing issues, and much, much more. Attend and get the latest and greatest. You simply cannot afford to miss this seminar!

    DISBURSEMENTS 2022 : Back in the Saddle (virtual option)

    recorded February 25, 2022
    6.0 CLE Hours (inc. 1.0 ethics)

    Program Chairs Julie Bell and Santiago Arroba Rodriguez have put together a spectacular seminar that covers the timeliest and most relevant topics facing attorneys who handle disbursements today. No matter what your level of knowledge and expertise, it's never too late to learn even MORE about the complexities of disbursements.  The speakers will explore the latest in the world of ERISA, wrongful death disbursements, Medicare, medical provider billing issues, and much, much more. Attend and get the latest and greatest. You simply cannot afford to miss this seminar!

    Topics & Speakers

    Welcoming Remarks – Program Chairs

    • Julie L. Bell, Daggett Shuler, Attorneys at Law, Winston-Salem
    • Santiago Arroba-Rodriguez, Whitley Law Firm, Raleigh

    ERISA

    • Lauren Newton, Charles G. Monnett, III & Associates, Charlotte

    Lien Priority Pitfalls with Federal, State & Local: Getting Everyone Back in Line

    • Courtney Mann, Law Offices of W. Daniel Grist, PLLC, Charlotte

    Third Party Claims 

    • Matthew Bissette, Whitley Law Firm, Raleigh

    Settlement, Death, Disbursement: What Happens When Your Client Dies Before Disbursement? 

    • Santiago Arroba-Rodriguez, Whitley Law Firm, Raleigh

    A Matter of Life and Death: Mistakes Not to Make in a Wrongful Death Case

    • Nichad Davis, Ward Black Law, Greensboro
    • Gabriel Snyder, Ward Black Law, Greensboro 

    Medicaid 

    • Huntington Willis, Martin & Jones, PLLC, Raleigh

    Medical Provider Liens and Billing Issues

    • Jeffrey Maggs, The Law Offices of Timothy D. Welborn, P.A., Winston-Salem

    Medicare: Staying on Track When Medicare is Involved

    • Julie L. Bell, Daggett Shuler, Attorneys at Law, Winston-Salem

    Minor Settlements

    • Elizabeth Ray, Crumley Roberts LLP, Greensboro

    Ethically Guiding Your Client Towards a Successful Settlement

    • Mark Scruggs, Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Co, Cary

    Adjourn


    • Register
      • Non-Member - $390
      • NCAJ Member - $290
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $99
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $250
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $140
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $185
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $185
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  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    A rising tide raises all ships; but when the economy takes a downturn, everyone is hurting, and thieves get even more brazen. Hear cautionary tales, and review tips and tools to keep you and your practice safe.

    Cybersecurity and a New Era of Fraud

    1.0 Technology hour 


    Presented by: Patrick Brown, Vice President, Enterprise and Operational Risk Managment, Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Co., Cary 

    A rising tide raises all ships; but when the economy takes a downturn, everyone is hurting, and thieves get even more brazen. Hear cautionary tales, and review tips and tools to keep you and your practice safe.

    • Register
      • Non-Member - $99
      • NCAJ Member - $69
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $69
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $69
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $69
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $69
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $69
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  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This CLE program helps potential pro bono volunteers explore what pro bono is and how it compares to paid legal services. Grounded in the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct and explored through real-world hypotheticals and examples, presenters Katherine Asaro, and Jared Smith will highlight ethical issues that may arise unique to pro bono legal service. The presentation will also note resources that exist to support attorneys in undertaking pro bono volunteer experiences.

    Ethical Considerations in Pro Bono Legal Service

    1.0 Ethics hour 


    Speakers: 

    Katherine Asaro, Executive Director of the North Carolina Legal Education Assistance Foundation and former Senior Staff Attorney at the North Carolina Pro Bono Resource Center

    Jared Smith, NC Equal Access to Justice Commission 



    • Register
      • Non-Member - $99
      • NCAJ Member - $69
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $69
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $69
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $69
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $69
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $69
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  • Product not yet rated Contains 7 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Handling Expert Witnesses in NC Impaired Driving Cases

     Welcoming Remarks from Program Chair 

    • Chas Post, Post | Foushee | Patton – Trial Lawyers, Sanford

    The History of Rule 702 and Tendering Your Expert (Daubert)

    • Ron Shook, The Law Offices of Ronald J. Shook, Gastonia

     Cross-Examination of the State’s Expert 

    • Justin Hunter, Hunter & Price, P.A., Kenansville

    Expert Testimony for Standardized Field Sobriety Testing and Other Pre-Arrest Issues

    • Doug Scott, Principal Consultant, Drugs and Alcohol Risk Management, Cape Carteret

    Attacking the EC/IR II “Instrument” 

    • Dr. Andrew Ewens, Ewens Toxicology Consulting, LLC, Cary

    Group Discussion and Questions from the Crowd 

    Moderated by 

    • Anna Smith Felts, Law Office of Anna Smith Felts, PLLC, Raleigh
    • Kelly Dawkins, The Dawkins Law Firm, Southern Pines

    Marketing Yourself the Right Way: The Critical Connection Between Ethics and Modern Marketing for Lawyers and Experts

    • Jake Minick, Minick Law, P.C., Asheville

    Adjourn



    • Register
      • Non-Member - $390
      • NCAJ Member - $290
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $99
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $250
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $140
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $185
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $185
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  • Product not yet rated Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Family Law in the Age of COVID-19: How the Pandemic Has Impacted Our Cases, Our Advice, and Our Lives

    Family Law in the Age of COVID-19:  How the Pandemic Has Impacted Our Cases, Our Advice, and Our Lives

    5.0 CLE Hours
    Welcoming Remarks by Program Chair
    • Miranda Mills. Daly Mills Family Law, Statesville

    Third Party Custody

    • Miranda Mills. Daly Mills Family Law, Statesville

    UCCJEA -- Tips on Getting Children Returned from Other Jurisdictions

    • Megan Spidell, Spidell Family Law

    Equitable Distribution 

    • David McCleary

    Conversation with District Court Judge about COVID-19 and Custody

    • Kristin Kelly Broyles, Halvorsen Family Law Group, Winston-Salem
    • Judge Carrie F. Vickery, Chapel Hill
    • Meg Stacy, Daly Mills Family Law, Statesville 
    • Megan Spidell, Spidell Family Law

    Tips from an estate planning attorney

    • Danielle Feller, Daly Mills Family Law, Statesville 
    • Register
      • Non-Member - $390
      • NCAJ Member - $290
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $99
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $250
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $140
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $185
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $185
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  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Ethics Hot Issues 2022

    Ethics Hot Issues 2022

    3.0 Ethics hours (inc. 1.0 substance abuse and 1.0 technology hr)


    Welcoming Remarks – Program Chair

    • Jon Moore, Brown Moore & Associates, Charlotte

    The Price We Pay as Professional Problem Solvers

    • Candance Huffman, LAP Field Coordinator, Raleigh

    Social Media and Lawyers Maintaining an Ethically-Sound Web Presence 

    • Uta Zacharias, Senior Claims Counsel, Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Co, Cary

    What's Going On at the State Bar?!

    • Brian Oten, NC State Bar Director of Special Programs, Raleigh
    • Register
      • Non-Member - $285
      • NCAJ Member - $185
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $75
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $155
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $75
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $115
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $115
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  • Product not yet rated Contains 8 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Whether your practice is focused on family law, employment law or some other area, chances are you encounter immigrant clients. Here's a unique opportunity to learn from leading experts about the intersection of various legal fields with immigration law and the special circumstances facing many immigrant clients. Program Chairs Beckie Moriello and Jeff Weber have assembled an excellent agenda that includes a review of the Afghan crisis and the status of refugees in North Carolina, as well as an overview of the special immigrant visa process.

    Immigration Overlap: Dealing with Immigration Issues in YOUR Practice Area

    recorded on February 11, 2022
    7.75 CLE Hours 

    Helping Afghan New Arrivals: A special Afghan Panel Session for those interested in taking a pro bono case to assist a newly arrived Afghan family.


    Topics & Speakers 

    Welcoming Remarks – Program Chairs

    • Beckie Moriello, Raleigh Immigration Law Firm, Raleigh | Chair, NCAJ Immigration Law Section 
    • Jeff Weber, Executive Director of the William Wilberforce Center, Greensboro | Education Chair, NCAJ Immigration Law Section 

    Workers’ Comp, Employment Law, and the Immigrant Client

    • Carol Brooke,  N.C. Justice Center, Raleigh 
    • Jacob Goad, Law Office of Jacob Goad, Durham 
    • Matt Harbin, Law Offices of James Scott Farrin, Greensboro

    Family Law and Immigration

    • Valeria Cesanelli, Morgan & Cesanelli Law, Carrboro
    • Greg McLawsen, Sound Immigration, Bellevue, WA

    Crimmigration Law 101

    • Rob Heroy, Goodmann Carr, Charlotte
    • Andres Lopez, Lopez Law Firm, PLLC, Charlotte
    • Devon Senges, Dummit Fradin, Attorneys at Law, Greensboro

    Crimmigration Implementation

    • Tony Arreola, Arreola Law Office, PLLC, Wilson 
    • Cynthia Everson, Everson Law Office, Concord
    • Beckie Moriello, Raleigh Immigration Law Firm, Raleigh 

    The Afghan Crises and Status of Evacuees in North Carolina 

    • Jeff Weber, Executive Director of the William Wilberforce Center

    HP Status and the Asylum Option 

    • Shane Ellison, Immigrant Rights Clinic, Duke University School of Law, Durham 

    Special Immigrant Visas Process for Afghans Living in the US

    • Elizabeth Carlson, Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc., Washington, D.C. (CLINIC)

    Adjourn


    • Register
      • Non-Member - $390
      • NCAJ Member - $290
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $99
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $250
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $140
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $185
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $185
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  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Thinking about winding down your law practice? Cutting back on your case load? Succession planning for the future? Join us for a candid discussion with NCAJ member and past president, Rebecca Britton of Britton Law, who will discuss these issues, considerations, decision making processes, planning, resources and navigation. Open to all NCAJ members.

    Practice Management: Contemplating Cutting Back or Semi-Retirement?

    recorded February 8, 2022

    1.0 Ethics hour

    Thinking about winding down your law practice?  Cutting back on your case load? Succession planning for the future? Join us for a candid discussion with NCAJ member and past president, Rebecca Britton of Britton Law, who will discuss these issues, ethical considerations, decision making processes, planning, resources and navigation. Open to all NCAJ members.  

    • Register
      • Non-Member - $99
      • NCAJ Member - $69
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $69
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $69
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $69
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $69
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $69
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