H. Gerald Beaver is a senior partner with Beaver, Holt, Sternlicht and Courie in Fayetteville. A native of Albemarle, Beaver received his law degree from the University of North Carolina School of Law in 1973. He spent two years as a public defender for the 12th Judicial District before entering private practice in 1975.Read More »
NCBA distance learning coordinator Carroll Herndon poses with some of the new equipment in the new studio at the Bar Center. Photo by Russell Rawlings NCBA distance learning coordinator Carroll Herndon poses with some of the new equipment in the new studio at the Bar Center. Photo by Russell Rawlings Don't be surprised if you walk by a closed door with an "on air" sign lit up the next time you visit the Bar Center in Cary. The North Carolina Bar Association is putting the finishing touches on an in-house recording studio for its CLE programming. The studio will allow the NCBA to increase its online offerings, according to CLE director Ray Ruppert. The NCBA currently offers about 300 video replays per year, but Ruppert said the organization must up that number.
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The North Carolina Bar Association is getting a little more high-tech. The organization is just completing the first phase of building an in-house recording studio for its CLE programming, and I just returned from a trip to Cary to check ...Read More »
Just call him the “Cool President.” That’s the title Goldsboro lawyer Philip Baddour Jr. hopes to earn during his term as the 2010-2011 president of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice. Baddour took the helm of the 4,000-member trial lawyers’ ...Read More »