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NCCCSC Winter Educational Conference Starts February 28 - March 2 in Raleigh
News imageThe North Carolina Conference of Clerks of Superior Court (NCCCSC) will hold their 2017 Winter Conference the week of February 28 in Wake County. The educational conference will provide continuing legal education along with advanced topics of interest to clerks of Superior Court.

This year's Conference President Steve Cogburn, Buncombe County CSC, will lead the activities to include "Clerk Day at the North Carolina General Assembly" on Monday, February 27. Areas of discussion include new guardianship legislation, the role of State Archives, family settlement agreements, estates, reviewing a will, how to lead and manage employees, understanding the aging population in North Carolina, and a hands-on breakout session on all things human resources for employers and employees.

Elected Clerks of Superior Court; guest speakers from various state and local agencies to include but not limited to: John Locke Foundation, NCAOC, NCDCR State Archives staff, N.C. State Treasurers Office, Transitioning Lawyers Commission staff, and UNC School of Government.

Conference opens on Tuesday, February 28, at 10:00 a.m. and goes through March 2.

North Carolina Judicial Center (NCJC), Raleigh, NC.

The Conference of Clerks of Superior Court was created in 2006 by the N.C. General Assembly to improve the administration of justice in North Carolina. The Conference, consisting of the 100 elected clerks from across the state and supported by an executive director and administrative staff, works to improve public accessibility to the courts through the clerk of Superior Court, serve as a resource for the clerks in key areas of court administration, and to act as a liaison on behalf of all elected clerks of Superior Court to both governmental and non-governmental stakeholders.

Jamie Lassiter, executive director, Conference of Clerks of Superior Court, 919 890-1440.
Publish Date: 02/26/2017
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