This 60-minute CLE session, featuring the Juvenile Judges from the 26th Judicial District and presented by the MCB Juvenile Law Section, will discuss topics pertaining to Best Practices & Professionalism in Juvenile Court.
26th Judicial District, Lead Juvenile Court Judge Aretha Blake - Prior to becoming a judge of the 26th Judicial District in North Carolina, Judge Blake represented individuals and organizations in state and federal courts in North and South Carolina. She also provided professional development support to law students. She holds degrees from Florida State University and Syracuse University of Georgia School of Law.
Juvenile Court Judge Faith Fickling-Alvarez - Prior to becoming a judge of the 26th Judicial District in North Carolina, Fickling has served as an attorney at Legal Aid of North Carolina for nearly 12 years and previously served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Madagascar. She holds degrees from American University and Syracuse University School of Law.
Juvenile Court Judge Reggie McKnight - Prior to becoming a judge of the 26th Judicial District in North Carolina, McKnight was a founding partner of McKnight Law Firm, P.L.L.C., He also has experience as a professor, senior associate, contract attorney, associate, and law clerk. McKnight holds degrees from the University of South Carolina and North Carolina Central University School of Law
Juvenile Court Judge Roy Wiggins - Prior to becoming a judge of the 26th Judicial District in North Carolina, Wiggins has served as an attorney in private practice for over 20 years. He previously served as an Assistant District Attorney in Judicial District 26. He holds degrees from East Carolina University and Campbell University School of Law.
The views and opinions of MCB CLEs are not necessarily those of the 26th Judicial District Bar.
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|$30.00||Member Early Bird|
|$50.00||Non Member Early Bird|
|$0.00||CLE Annual Pass|
|$10.00||Judicial Rate (Judges, Clerks, and Magistrates)|
|$12.00||Juvenile Law Section Member|
|$15.00||Public (No CLE Credit)|