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Panel to summarize 6 constitutional amendments invites input

RALEIGH (AP) A state panel that will provide explanations to voters on six proposed amendments to the North Carolina Constitution on November ballots is inviting the public to offer suggestions. The Constitutional Amendments Publication Commission meets July 31 to prepare ...

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The North Carolinian Caption Contest (access required)

In last week’s paper, Lawyers Weekly covered a proposed constitutional amendment to be placed before the voters this fall that would strip the governor (currently a Democrat) of the power to fill vacancies in the state’s judiciary and transfer the ...

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What would Robert Frost do? (access required)

The Little Linguists Language Academy in Boone had a problem—neighbors were using the circular gravel driveway in front of the school as a cut-through road. The academy’s owners, Daniel and Carroll Olson, concerned about the safety of their students, remedied ...

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NCADA names new leaders (access required)

  Charlotte lawyer Lawrence Baker will be the president of the North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys in the coming year. Baker and other new leaders took office at the NCADA’s annual meeting in Hilton Head, South Carolina, last month. ...

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Lawyers in the News

Maryam Al-Zoubi has joined Bull City Lawyer in Durham, where she will focus on immigration defense. Al-Zoubi was previously an assistant district attorney in New York City. Maggie Basu has joined Smith Moore Leatherwood in the firm’s Greensboro office. Basu ...

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