Practice Forms provide law students and attorneys with practical advice on various procedural aspects of litigation. Form books supply attorneys with the boiler-plate language that is standard for a particular legal form. 691 more words
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Does “Admissibility of Evidence in North Carolina” Pass the Relevancy Test?
The Admissibility of Evidence in North Carolina, part of the North Carolina Practice Series, contains practical information about the admissibility of evidence, witness testimony, hearsay, authentication, and other overlapping considerations. 617 more words
The real estate industry is broken down into two broad categories: commercial real estate (i.e. office buildings, retail buildings) and residential real estate (i.e. single family, multi-family). 651 more words
It’s your first day on the job as a licensed Attorney. You spent three, grueling years in law school, worked hard, and passed the bar exam. 636 more words
A legal treatise is a scholarly legal publication that contains in-depth information related to a particular area of law. Legal treatises are authoritative secondary sources written by scholars for the purposes of providing practitioners with a “framework of analysis” and offering annotations to primary authority that stand for the rule of law. 590 more words
I can only imagine what life will be like as a practicing attorney, and when I do, it often makes me nervous because work and life will be busy considering it takes a lot of commitment and excellence to stay abreast of the law which is ever changing. 508 more words
What is North Carolina Law of Damages?
North Carolina Law of Damages (5th edition) is a two-volume, annotated practice guide for attorneys practicing in North Carolina. 552 more words