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A Pro Bono Practitioner's Guide to Landlord-Tenant Law

10:55       Welcome and Introductions

11:00       A Pro Bono Practitioner's Guide to Landlord-Tenant Law

James Fulbright, Legal Aid of North Carolina, Raleigh
Jesse H. McCoy II, Duke University School of Law, Durham

In North Carolina, an estimated 485,000 adults in rental housing reported that they are not caught up on rent and nearly three million adults reported difficulty in covering usual household expenses. When existing federal and state eviction moratoriums expire, a massive wave of evictions is expected. During this program, attendees receive a primer on landlord-tenant law, small claims court procedure and the Legal Aid Small Claims Eviction Project with the hope that attendees will assist with advising and/or representing clients facing eviction.

1:00        Adjourn

Description

During this program, attendees receive a primer on landlord-tenant law, small claims court procedure and the Legal Aid Small Claims Eviction Project with the hope that attendees will assist with advising and/or representing clients facing eviction.

Contributors

  • Alison Y. Ashe-Card

    Alison Y. Ashe-Card, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem

    Click here for more information about Alison.

  • James Fulbright

    James Fulbright, Legal Aid of North Carolina, Raleigh

    Click here for more information about James.

  • Jesse H. McCoy II

    Jesse H. McCoy II, Duke University School of Law, Durham

    Click here for more information about Jesse.

March 16, 2021
Tue 10:55 AM EDT

Duration 2H 5M

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