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View from the Bench: COVID-19 & State of Affairs in Juvenile Court

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Date Published

April 27, 2021

Publisher

Mecklenburg County Bar

Subjects

General, Juvenile Law, State Bar & Court Updates

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Summary

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.

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Presenters

Aretha Blake
Lead Juvenile Court Judge - 26th Judicial District

Prior to becoming a judge of the 26th Judicial District in North Carolina, Judge Blake represented individuals and... Read More

Faith Fickling-Alvarez
Juvenile Court Judge - 26th Judicial District

Prior to becoming a judge of the 26th Judicial District in North Carolina, Fickling has served as an attorney at Legal Aid of... Read More

Reggie McKnight
Juvenile Court Judge - 26th Judicial District

Prior to becoming a judge of the 26th Judicial District in North Carolina, McKnight was a founding partner of McKnight Law... Read More

Roy Wiggins
Juvenile Court Judge - 26th Judicial District

Prior to becoming a judge of the 26th Judicial District in North Carolina, Wiggins has served as an attorney in private... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

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Credit

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Technical Requirements
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