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An Introduction to North Carolina Courts, Civil Procedure, and Legal Terminology:
6-Hour Training Program for Non-Attorney Mediators
 
Required by Rule 8 B. 2 of the Rules Implementing Mediated Settlement Conferences In North Carolina Superior Court Civil Actions
 
The course covers legal terminology, the North Carolina court system, basic civil procedure and unauthorized practice of law issues.
 
Sat., August 11th, 2012
$15 discount in you register one week in advance.
 
TIMES: 8:30AM - 3:30PM
COST: $215 per person
LOCATION: NCCU School of Law  [ map ]
DETAILS: Registration includes continental breakfast, lunch, and all materials.
 
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      About The Class
      Instructor:

Professor Mark Morris is a trainer certified by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission.

He received his B.A. degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  He received his J.D. from North Carolina Central University and his LL.M. degree from Harvard University.

Morris teaches Torts, Remedies, Administrative Law, and Alternative Dispute Resolution at North Carolina Central University's Law School.

He is also the co-author of the  book, The North Carolina Law of Torts, (with Professor Daye of the UNC School of Law) which is published by Lexis.
 
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