oral argument

I wrote a few days ago about some practitioners experiencing problems with overzealous spam filters catching important notices from our appellate courts. To be clear, this is a user-side issue

Continue Reading Helpful Changes to NC Appellate E-filing Site: “Upcoming Oral Arguments” Banner

Trigger warning:  this post may cause appellate lawyers to have nightmares.

There has been a spate of technical glitches on the user side lately that caused critical notices from the

Continue Reading Users’ Spam Filters Are Blocking Some Calendar Notices from North Carolina’s Appellate Courts

UNC School of Law has just launched an ambitious moot-court program for practitioners, organized by the law school’s Holderness Moot Court program and its faculty advisor, Professor Donald Hornstein.  Anyone
Continue Reading Want to Moot an Upcoming Appellate Argument? Carolina Law Has You Covered

Yesterday, the Maryland Appellate Blog featured remarks from the Fourth Circuit’s newest federal appellate judge, Pamela Harris, on the Fourth Circuit’s collaborative culture.  The remarks from Judge Harris are particularly
Continue Reading Judge Pamela Harris and the Fourth Circuit’s Collaborative Culture

On Monday, the North Carolina Supreme Court heard oral argument in Cubbage v. The Board of Trustees of the Endowment Fund of NC State University (a.k.a., the “Hofmann Forest
Continue Reading Interesting Times Ahead: NC Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument In First of Five Cases “Grabbed” from Court of Appeals.