Campbell Law Review hosts 2019 CLE Symposium on N.C. administrative law
February 22 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm$30
Campbell Law Review’s annual CLE Symposium is entitled “The Silent Machine: How N.C. Administrative Law Affects You and Your Practice.”
The event is catered to both administrative law attorneys and general practitioners. The Law Review has carefully selected practical topics and speakers that will inform and educate all types of attendees. Further, controversial and engaging administrative law issues will be discussed. The speakers will answer legal questions posed by attendees. Whether a seasoned administrative law attorney or a general practitioner, this symposium will provide new insight into North Carolina administrative law as it is applied in both common and niche practice areas.
The event will consist of two components: lively panel discussions and educational presentations. Instructional materials will be disseminated to the audience members. Both breakfast and lunch will be served.
The panels and lectures will discuss a wide range of administrative law topics for practical use in the everyday business of the general practitioners in North Carolina. This course will offer attendees a variety of learning opportunities including: recent updates in ethical concerns in N.C. administrative law, instruction on how to properly navigate N.C. DMV procedure, an understanding of the interplay between Worker’s Compensation law and the N.C. Industrial Commission, new insight into the doctrine of exhaustion of administrative remedies, and an inside look at the functionality of N.C. administrative hearing procedures presented by seasoned judges and a justice of the N.C. Supreme Court.