The blue pages or "areas of concentration" are an invaluable listing of attorneys in the Mecklenburg County Bar membership directory, indexed by specific areas of practice. Attorneys listed in the blue pages under their area(s) of practice are at the fingertips of anyone needing to make a referral or find an attorney in a specialized area of law. Over 5,300 MCB directories are distributed annually.
List your board certifications along with the languages you speak on all of your listings to really stand out!
First Area of Concentration - $125*
Each additional specialty - $25*
represented on all of your blue page listings
Multilingual - $25 (up to 3 languages)
Board Certification - $50/certification
To be included in the 2016-17 MCB Directory, we must receive your order AND payment by Fri., Sept. 15
*All fees apply to each participating attorney, not each firm.
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The Diversity & Inclusion Pipeline Programming Subcommittee is currently seeking volunteer attorneys who are interested in making a difference in the life of a young person by mentoring a student in the Lunch with a Lawyer Program
On Thursday, August 3, you should have received an email with your log-in information for this new site.
We hope that you will take full advantage of all the capabilities this integrated system has to offer. Once you have logged in and set up your username and password, please take a few minutes to navigate the site and explore your user profile on the MyMCB page. If you have any problems or need further assistance, please contact Communications & Social Media Coordinator Katie Guenther at email@example.com.
All active members of the Mecklenburg County Bar (the 26th Judicial District Bar) are requested to take notice that 27 N.C.A.C. 1A, Section .0900 Organization of the Judicial District Bars, .0902 Annual Membership Fee, has been amended to shorten the time the district bar has to report to the State Bar all of its members who have not paid district bar membership dues. Rather than twelve months from the date of the first invoice, the rule provides "Three to six months after the delinquency date for the annual membership fee, the membership free, the judicial district bar shall report to the North Carolina State Bar all of it's members who have no paid the annual membership fee or any late fee."
The delinquency date for Mecklenburg County Bar members invoiced in July of each year is October 1. As such, the MCB assesses a $15 late fee if the annual membership fee is not paid by September 30 and, per the amended rule, the MCB must report those delinquencies to the North Carolina State Bar between January 1 and April 1. The delinquency date and the three-to-six month reporting dates will differ for those who were not invoiced on July 1.
If you have any questions about this amendment, please contact MCB Director of Compliance & Ethics Shannon Rae Reid at firstname.lastname@example.org or 704/375-8624.
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