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ALR Student's Corner: Lee's North Carolina Family Law

Introduction

Lee’s North Carolina Family Law (“Lee’s”) is a vital secondary resource for attorneys practicing family law in North Carolina.  The Fifth Edition of this treatise, authored by Suzanne Reynolds and published by The Michie Company of Charlottesville, Virginia, provides comprehensive coverage and analysis of family law in North Carolina, including but not limited to substantive case law and statutes, overview of relationships from marriage to divorce, and the parent child relationship. 697 more words

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Building Grit, Tenacity, and Perseverance While Teaching Legal Research

Kristina Niedringhaus of Georgia State University College of Law Library and Carolyn Broering-Jacobs of Cleveland State University, Cleveland Marshall College of Law gave a spirited and honest discussion about the emergence of grit as a best practice in education before a packed hall at the 107th AALL Annual Meeting & Conference. 477 more words

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ALR Student's Corner: North Carolina Corporation Law and Practice Forms

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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CSL Spotlight: Enhancing Learning Outcomes

CSL is leading the higher education industry in enhancing learning outcomes and raising standards for experiential learning to prepare our students to be practice-ready.

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ALR Student's Corner: Admissibility of Evidence in North Carolina

Does “Admissibility of Evidence in North Carolina” Pass the Relevancy Test?

The Overview

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

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ALR Student's Corner: North Carolina Real Estate with Forms

Introduction

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

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