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by Jay Reeves |

New NCBA Section Could Mean New Business For You

pointingA new NC Bar Association practice section is good news for military personnel and their families – and it could mean new business opportunities for you.

The NCBA has just announced the formation of its Military & Veterans Law Section. Learn more or join by clicking here.

The section will provide a forum for NCBA members with a special interest in military law or veteran-focused legal services. It will also serve as a coordinating body for NCBA activities and initiatives impacting military and veterans.

Among the goals of the section:

  • Offer specialized CLE training for lawyers.
  • Provide connections between lawyers and veterans in need of legal assistance.
  • Provide a forum to keep current with veteran-focused legal issues and military law.
  • Promote initiatives and legislation supporting our military and veterans.
  • Serve as a liaison with public entities on veteran-related services and activities.

The section is an outgrowth of the NCBA’s Military & Veterans Affairs Committee, which has been active in military and veteran affairs for some time. Annual dues will be $40.

The new section is subject to final approval by the NCBA Board of Governors. So if you practice in this area or have a passion for the military, join now to show your interest.

30 NCBA Practice Sections

With the new section, the NCBA now offers 30 practice areas for North Carolina lawyers:. Click here to learn more.

  • Administrative Law
  • Antitrust and Complex Business Disputes Law
  • Appellate Practice
  • Bankruptcy
  • Business Law
  • Constitutional Rights and Responsibilities
  • Construction Law
  • Corporate Counsel
  • Criminal Justice
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Education Law
  • Elder and Special Needs Law
  • Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Law
  • Estate Planning and Fiduciary Law
  • Family Law
  • Government and Public Sector
  • Health Law
  • Insurance Law
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • International Law and Practice
  • Juvenile Justice and Children’s Rights
  • Labor and Employment Law
  • Law Practice Management and Technology
  • Litigation
  • Military and Veterans Law
  • Real Property
  • Solo, Small Firm and General Practice
  • Sports and Entertainment Law
  • Tax Section
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Zoning, Planning and Land Use


Do you belong to an NCBA Section? Why did you join? What are the benefits?

Source: NC Bar Association

Jay Reeves a/k/a The Risk Man has practiced North Carolina and South Carolina. Formerly he was Legal Editor at Lawyers Weekly and Risk Manager at Lawyers Mutual.


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