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1. Celebrate Pro Bono Week in North Carolina October 22-28
 Celebrate Pro Bono Week in North Carolina October 22-28 with the N.C. Equal Access to Justice Commission, N.C. Pro Bono Resource Center, and Guardian ad Litem. The Judicial Branch joins the American Bar Association and other organizations in celebrating the pro bono service of attorneys in North Carolina and across the country.? (Published on  10/23/2017 )
2. Court of Appeals to Hold Special Sessions in Watauga and Alleghany Counties and Celebrate 50th Anniversary
 The North Carolina Court of Appeals is holding special sessions in Boone on October 23 and Sparta on October 24, and the Watauga and Alleghany County legal communities will gather to celebrate the Court's 50th anniversary. (Published on  10/20/2017 )
3. October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
 October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and October 19 is Domestic Violence Awareness Day. Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in the State of North Carolina and "encourages citizens to raise awareness of the prevalence of domestic abuse." (Published on  10/19/2017 )
4. North Carolina Guardian ad Litem Launches Annual Peanut Butter and Jelly Campaign
 The North Carolina Guardian ad Litem Program (NCGAL) has launched its annual Peanut Butter and Jelly Campaign. Guardian ad Litem offices across North Carolina will be accepting donations of plastic jars of peanut butter and jelly from October 18 through January 20, 2018, with a goal of 10,000 jars for local food banks and pantries. (Published on  10/18/2017 )
5. Chief Justice Martin Proclaims October 15-21 as North Carolina Conflict Resolution Week
 Chief Justice Mark Martin has proclaimed the week of October 15-21 as Conflict Resolution Week in the state of North Carolina. In a ceremonial proclamation signed by Chief Justice Martin, Conflict Resolution Week is intended to recognize the importance of dispute resolution to the State, its courts and its citizens. (Published on  10/16/2017 )
6. Court of Appeals Judge John M. Tyson Appointed to the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission
 Chief Justice Mark Martin has appointed Court of Appeals Judge John M. Tyson to the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission for a three-year term. (Published on  09/28/2017 )
7. N.C. Conference of Clerks of Superior Court 2017-18 Officers Sworn In
 The N.C. Conference of Clerks of Superior Court recently held a swearing-in ceremony for its newly elected executive officers, who will serve for the 2017-18 term. Clerk Carol Allen White, Edgecombe County Clerk of Superior Court, was installed as the new president of the Conference for 2017-18 on September 21. (Published on  09/27/2017 )
8. Wilson County Citizens Targeted in Jury Service Scam
 Wilson County residents are being targeted by scammers calling the victim and telling them they have failed to report for jury service and must pay a fee. (Published on  09/27/2017 )
9. Court of Appeals to Hold Special Session in Lenoir County and Celebrate 50th Anniversary
 The North Carolina Court of Appeals is holding a special session in Kinston on September 27, and the Lenoir County legal community is gathering to celebrate the court's 50th anniversary. (Published on  09/25/2017 )
10. Court of Appeals to Hold Special Session in Brunswick County and Celebrate 50th Anniversary
 The North Carolina Court of Appeals is holding a special session in Bolivia on September 26, and the Brunswick County legal community is gathering to celebrate the court's 50th anniversary. (Published on  09/22/2017 )
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