"[I]n order for us to truly create and contribute to the world, we have to be able to connect countless dots, to cross-pollinate ideas from a wealth of disciplines, to combine and recombine these pieces and build new castles." — Maria Popova
We all have to be able to connect the dots between new laws and initiatives, regardless of the type of law we practice or if we are in the government, private or public service sector.
Content for new laws and initiatives come from the General Assembly, local governments, occupational licensing and our North Carolina communities. Learn why you need to know about re-imagining emergency response, community policing and decriminalization — even if you're not in criminal law practice — and why election law practitioners aren't the only ones who should know about elections, redistricting and legislative changes.
Then hear about hot new laws from the General Assembly in areas as different as remote notary and ABC law, and how they affect you. Connect the dots between these on-the-surface disparate topics and increase your potential for creativity in your legal work. As Steve Jobs said, "Creativity is just connecting things."
- "Everything Starts With a Dot." (Wassily Kandinsky) — Governing in a Pandemic: Hot Topics
- "Polka Dots Can't Stay Alone." (Yayoi Kusama) — Elections, Voting and Redistricting Updates
- Dots That Change the World, Like Morse Code: Decriminalization and Alternative Responses to Community Challenges
- Using Dots in a New Way, Like Braille: Second-Chance Hiring and Its Impacts on Practitioners, the Community and Occupational Licensing
- Collecting the Dots: Reimaging Emergency Responses
- "Innovation Is to Connect the Dots." (Pearl Zhu) — Community Involvement in Law Enforcement: Civilian Review
In-Person Live and Live Webcast
Thursday, November 4, 2021
The In-Person Live event is limited to 100 registrants. Register early to reserve your seat!
Event start time varies based on delivery method. Click on the event at the bottom of the page for exact start times.
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IN-PERSON LIVE LOCATION
North Carolina Bar Center, 8000 Weston Parkway, Cary
Click on the In-Person Live event at the bottom of the page for hotel information.
- Brian Aagaard, RTI International, Research Triangle Park
- Daryl V. Atkinson, Forward Justice, Garner
- Stacey Carter-Coley, North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission, Raleigh
- Sharon R. Fairley, University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, IL
- Kathy Greggs, Fayetteville Police Accountability Task Force, Fayetteville
- Jeffrey P. Gray, Bailey & Dixon LLP, Raleigh
- Megan Johnson, Town of Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill
- Jonathan C. Mattingly, Duke University, Durham
- Jasmine S. McGhee, North Carolina Department of Justice, Raleigh (Moderator)
- Sripriya Narasimhan, North Carolina Department of Justice, Raleigh
- Kerwin Pittman, Recidivism Reduction Educational Program Services Inc., Raleigh
- Allison J. Riggs, Southern Coalition for Social Justice, Durham
- Jessica "Jessie" Smith, UNC School of Government, Chapel Hill
- Tiffanie W. Sneed, Town of Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill
- Ozie H. Stallworth, North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State, Raleigh
- Blake Thomas, North Carolina Office of State Human Resources, Raleigh
- Kelly Q. Tornow, Former State Board of Elections Attorney, Raleigh
- Erin Williams, City of Greensboro, Greensboro
NCBA Administrative Law and Government & Public Sector Sections
- Jasmine S. McGhee, North Carolina Department of Justice, Raleigh (Planner)
- John R. Szymankiewicz, Matheson & Associates Law Office PLLC, Raleigh (Planner)
- Frank Trainor, North Carolina Board of CPA Examiners, Raleigh (Planner)
- Ann B. Wall, North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State, Raleigh (Planner)
North Carolina: 6.00 MCLE Hours
See pricing below. Discounts may be available for NCBA members who are students, law professors, judges or legal services/public interest attorneys. Call CLE at 919.677.0561 for details.