MCB Swearing-In Ceremony
June 10, 2021 at 2:00 p.m.
Hosted Virtually via WebEx
The MCB Swearing-In Ceremony offers admittees the opportunity to be sworn in with the majority of their peers in front of a panel of judges from many of the courts present in Mecklenburg County.
Remarks are made by the presiding federal and presiding state judges and the MCB Young Lawyers Division Chair calls the new admittees and each new admittee's sponsor individually to be sworn in.
DATE: Thursday, June 10, 2021
LOCATION: Link will be provided at registration
Time: 2:00 p.m.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Monday, June 2
If you are interested in being an attorney sponsor for the Swearing-In Ceremony, please email Chastity Gamble-Julg at email@example.com.
If you cannot attend the scheduled ceremony, please follow these instructions for being sworn in by the Mecklenburg County Courthouse.
MCB Linking Lawyers Mentoring Program
Linking Lawyers provides a broad and flexible opportunity for mentorship within the Bar. Linking Lawyers is not intended to be a recruitment or placement service, the program is designed to be a resource for networking and guidance on issues of professional conduct and career perspective, as well as to provide an introduction into diverse areas of the law.
Interested in ACQUIRING a mentor? We encourage you to take a moment and complete the Linking Lawyers Mentee Interest Form online. You will be matched with a mentor based on the preferences you select. In order to ensure an experience that is most beneficial for both you and your mentor, please be candid in detailing what you expect from your mentoring experience and the amount of time you are prepared to devote to this program.
NC State Bar Professionalism for New Attorneys Program
All active members admitted to the North Carolina State Bar effective after January 1, 2011, must complete the North Carolina State Bar Professionalism for New Admittees program in the year the member is first required to meet CLE requirements. Credit for the program will be applied to your annual mandatory continuing legal education requirements. If you were licensed in another state for five or more years at the time you were admitted to the NC Bar, you are exempt from the requirement; however, you must notify the State Bar of the exemption in the first annual report form sent to you.
MCB Professionalism for New Attorneys CLE: June 17 & 18
Questions about the CLE? Contact our CLE Team at firstname.lastname@example.org