RALEIGH — North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Michael Morgan will be among the experts presenting on N.C. administrative law at Campbell Law Review’s 2019 annual symposium on beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Feb. 22, at the law school. Participants can receive 7.5 CLE credits for $30, according to organizers.
The symposium topic, “The Silent Machine: How NC Administrative Law Affects You and Your Practice,” caters to both administrative law attorneys and general practitioners and will explore how N.C. administrative law applies to various types of practice areas.
In addition to Justice Morgan’s presentation, experts will explore administrative law topics ranging from N.C. DMV Administrative Procedures to Ethical Concerns in Administrative Law. Attendees will also receive instructional materials.
“A firm grasp of administrative law is the hallmark of a seasoned and successful attorney,” explains Campbell Law Dean J. Rich Leonard. “We’re proud to have the Law Review offer such a prestigious and knowledgeable cohort of speakers including Justice Morgan.”
The Campbell Law Review hosts an annual symposium that features pertinent topics to encourage discussion in the field for law practitioners, students, and scholars. Past topics include “The New Global Convergence,” “Liberalism, Constitutionalism and Christianity” and “Emerging Issues in Electronic Discovery.”
Registration for the event is available on Campbell Law Review’s website. In addition to the opportunity to earn CLE credits, breakfast, lunch, and refreshments will be provided by the organizers.
The symposium is part of Campbell Law School’s 10/40 “From the Capital to the Creek” anniversary celebration — recognizing the 10th anniversary of moving to downtown Raleigh from Buies Creek and the 40th anniversary of its first graduating class.