Monisha Parker is the Marketing Coordinator for Lawyers Mutual. Monisha connects Lawyers Mutual with our insureds and the legal community through the use of social media. You can reach Monisha at 800.662.8843 or monisha@lawyersmutualnc.com.

Overcoming the “E” word

I’m thinking of a word. It starts with the letter E. It has four letters and has been known to cause grumbling, anxiety and strike fear in the hearts of law students everywhere. Exam time is never a joyous occasion, in fact, it’s probably when most law students question why in the world they enroll… Read More

Calling all law students and recent grads!!

Check out this week’s SRC Friday post written by YOU! Yes, you reading this post. Our Student Resource Center was developed with law students in mind and we would love to have law students, new lawyers and law school staff contribute to our SRC Friday posts. Every Friday our blog is dedicated t… Read More

LM Feature: Kevin Pratt | CO-Law

We have all heard the saying, “work is no longer a place you go, but what you do.” The idea of where and how you work has drastically changed over the years. Thanks to technology and concepts such as co-working spaces, lawyers have redefined how they practice. We had a chance to chat with Kevin Prat… Read More

LM Feature: Ashley H. Campbell | The Blanchard Community Law Clinic

Campbell Law School’s Blanchard Community Law Clinic has already had a large impact on the local community.The clinic has handled more than 100 cases, including expunctions, family disputes, domestic violence protection orders, landlord/tenant issues, and many others. The “triage clinic,&r… Read More

LM Feature: Suzanne Lever

According to statistics found on donatelife.net: “115,000 men, women and children await lifesaving organ transplants. 82% of patients waiting are in need of kidney transplants. 683,000 transplants have taken place since 1988.” One of those transplants took place in the spring of last year. Suzanne L… Read More

ABA hosts one of a kind Lawyer Retreat

Close your eyes. Imagine yourself taking a break from the daily hustle and bustle of work emails, court appearances and phone calls. Picture a cool autumn breeze sending leaves dancing around your feet. The Rocky Mountains tower behind you as the trees burst with color. That’s part of what you can expect … Read More

LM Feature: Lawyers for Literacy

Lawyers build their careers on helping people solve problems. Clients come to lawyers seeking solutions to issues they can’t handle on their own. Lawyers’ dedication to helping others extends beyond the courtroom. Through the NC Bar Foundation's Lawyers 4 Literacy (L4L) program, judges, attorne… Read More

4 Reasons You Must Attend the Data Driven Lawyer

Lawyers Mutual is dedicated to helping lawyers adapt to the changes that are occurring in the industry. In addition to hosting our own events, we partner with bar associations across the state to sponsor events that speak to our mission. Lawyers Mutual and Clio have partnered with the North Carolina Bar Associ… Read More

3 + 3 = Law Degree

Recently, Meredith College and Campbell Law School announced a new partnership that will provide Meredith students with the opportunity to complete a law degree at an accelerated pace. We had an opportunity to find out more about the 3 + 3 program from Program Coordinator, Whitney Ross Manzo. LM: You are Mered… Read More

LM Feature: Rachel Blunk | The Forrest Firm

The legal industry is evolving; however, few law firms are reinventing their business model. Meet one firm who is, the Forrest Firm. The Forrest Firm, a full-service corporate law firm with offices across North Carolina, was founded in January 2011 by James Forrest (formerly of Moore & Van Allen and Gr… Read More

Lawyers Mutual Managing Partners Summit

Lawyers Mutual is gearing up for our inaugural Managing Partners Summit which will be held on May 22nd at the NC State Bar Building. The Managing Partners Summit is designed to promote learning and opportunities for law firm leaders to build more profitable and sustainable law firm… Read More