NCAJ Convention 2019: Revitalizing+ Retooling Our Community

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Convention Co-Chair Darrin Jordan of Whitley, Jordan & Inge, P.A. and I look forward to welcoming you to NCAJ’s Annual Convention which runs from June 20 – 23, 2019 at the Hotel Ballast in Wilmington, NC.

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A Special Note from NCAJ Executive Director Kim Crouch


Online Registration is Open
Registration is now available at ncaj.com/annualconvention.  Register by May 10 and save!  Online registration closes June 12 and on-site registration opens June 20.


Allen A. Bailey Professional Development Fellowship
NCAJ lawyer members licensed between 1 and 10 years can apply for the Allen A. Bailey Professional Development fellowship to attend NCAJ’s 2019 Convention.  Fellowship covers one Convention registration & hotel accommodations. Apply before May 12 at ncaj.com/fellowship.


Opportunity to Exhibit or Sponsor an Event
Exhibit or sponsor an event at NCAJ’s Annual Convention if you’re looking for a great way to promote your company, reinforce brand loyalty, increase visibility and boost your market share with trial lawyers!


What’s New this Year at Convention 2019!

  • First-Time Attendees Meet & Greet on Thursday
  • State of the Association report by Executive Director on Friday
  • Practical skills training for all attendees including
    • Unifying Juries in a Dangerously Divided World by David Ball, PhD,  and Artemis Malekpour  (three-hour session focusing on trial skills with the nation’s only trial consulting team qualified and certified to advise attorneys on Reptilian methods and techniques)
  • President’s Gala open to ALL members on Saturday
  • Concurrent Civil Law and Criminal Law Update
    • Jon Moore has pulled together the most significant appellate cases that have impacted civil practice over the past year. In this three-hour session, hear first-hand from the attorneys of record and take home best practice tips for implementing the appellate case law in your practice
    • Join Duke University School of Law professors Theresa Newman and Jamie Lau for a nuts and bolts approach to post-conviction work at the state and federal level. Newman and Lau, who run the law school’s Wrongful Convictions Clinic, will lead you from investigations to federal habeas. Immediately following their presentation, hear from criminal defense attorney David Rudolf in a presentation that drives home the importance of criminal defense work
  • Board of Governors Orientation

Don’t Miss Some of these Old Favorites, too:

  • Edwards Kirby Opening Reception
  • NCAJ Awards Presentation
  • NCAJ Section meetings and gatherings

Make Your Hotel Reservations Today
Mention the NC Advocates for Justice for discounted rates at Hotel Ballast and Riverview SuitesGroup rates available until May 19.