North Carolina Advocates for Justice
Beginning in the 1960s, the North Carolina Advocates for Justice (NCAJ) has been primarily composed of attorneys that are interested in the plaintiffís side of civil litigation in areas such as workersí compensation and products liability, as well as the defendantís side of criminal litigation and creditor litigation. Although the majority of the members are lawyers, membership is also open to other people in the legal profession, including law school professors, law students, legal support staff, and paralegal students. By allowing for all members of the North Carolina legal community that are interested in supporting the NCAJís main goals, the North Carolina Advocates for Justice has more resources to use and is able to better coordinate advocacy efforts made to protect individual rights against the government and corporations, which is its primary focus.
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Lawyers and other legal professionals frequently join the NCAJ in order to take advantage of the many career-enhancing perks that membership offers. The North Carolina Advocates for Justice provides several online tools for the convenience of its members that are actively practicing law, including a trial brief bank and a directory of expert witnesses. Members of the NCAJ are also given several opportunities to learn more about different aspects of civil litigation through the continuing legal education courses that the North Carolina Advocates for Justice arranges for its members that are available both live and online for each memberís convenience.
There are also a number of ways that the NCAJ is beneficial to the general public. Each year, high school students throughout North Carolina have the chance to learn about the process of litigation by participating in the North Carolina Advocates for Justice High School Mock Trial Program. Residents of North Carolina that are looking for quick information on a certain legal topic, including what to do when they get into a car accident and how to create a living will, frequently find what they are looking for in the collection of informational brochures that the NCAJ makes available on its website.
Contact the North Carolina Advocates for Justice:
1312 Annapolis Drive
Raleigh, NC 27605