In a series of four opinions issued on July 19, 2022, the North…Continue Reading Home Cooking? It Depends on Where “Home” Is
After three years of service as the Dean of Regent University Law School in Virginia, former North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Martin is coming home. High Point University…Continue Reading Welcome back, Chief Justice Martin!
On May 3, 2022, the North Carolina Court of Appeals issued a large batch of opinions. By my count, twenty-two were published and thirty were unpublished. While history may prove…Continue Reading ANOTHER SMORGASBORD OF OPINIONS FROM THE COURT OF APPEALS
Hopefully all of our readers have seen the announcements and registered already, but if not: there are three appellate-related events before the end of the month.
First, there is an…Continue Reading You’re Invited: Three Upcoming Events
Back in November, I wrote about the possibility of a fee award being immediately appealable if the amount in question is significant enough. In the latest batch of opinions from…Continue Reading Can You Pass Go with a Fee Award?
If you’ve regularly read my blog posts here over the past few years (in other words, if you are my mom), you will know that I find Fourth Circuit published…Continue Reading Another Published Rehearing Denial
Oral Argument in Congressional Map Appeal; Updated Appellate Rules Codification; WebEx for Dummies (just kidding)
This blog post is a mishmash of news and updates.
—Remote Oral Argument in Harper v. Hall (N.C. Congressional Maps Case). After a Supreme Court remand, the trial…Continue Reading Oral Argument in Congressional Map Appeal; Updated Appellate Rules Codification; WebEx for Dummies (just kidding)
I am pleased to report that the Supreme Court of North Carolina has selected Grant Buckner as its 17th Clerk of Court.
Grant is no stranger to the appellate courts.Continue Reading Grant Buckner: North Carolina Supreme Court’s Next Clerk of Court