Slide Show from New Wake Co. Local Rules CLE

by de Ondarza Simmons, PLLC on March 1, 2013

Slide Show by Wake Co. Trial Court Administrator Kristen Fetter

On January 31, 2013, Wake County Trial Court Administrator Kristen Fetter taught a Continuing Legal Education session on the new Wake County Local Rules.

At the CLE, Ms. Fetter gave a slide presentation that she used to discuss key provisions of the new rules and how to use them in practice. Some of the items covered in her presentation included

  • Case Management Orders
  • Status Conferences (To avoid them, you should click here.)
  • 3 options for getting a motion heard
  • Special rules for condemnation actions / eminent domain cases and
  • Getting notice of hearings and trials

You can see the whole slide show above.

Download the Handouts

The Wake County Bar Association sponsored the CLE and provided handouts of the new Wake Co. Local Rules and Forms. You can get a plain PDF of the rules and forms from the AOC’s website, but to download a searchable PDF of the rules (from which you can also copy and paste), you should click here.

Word Versions of the New Wake Co. Local Forms

To download Word versions of the new Wake Co. Local Forms for general civil litigation, you should click here.

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Frequently, North Carolina transaction attorneys or out-of-state attorneys associate us to serve as Local Trial Counsel in North Carolina State and Federal Courts. As a service to our existing and potential co-counsel, we publish the newsletter, North Carolina Local Counsel. With it, you will be sure to keep up with key developments and changes in local rules in Wake County and across North Carolina in state and federal Courts. We publish North Carolina Local Counsel to help our co-counsel help their clients.

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Would You Like to Learn More?

Looking for more resources? We have assembled a collection of resources for attorneys who need to practice pro hac vice in North Carolina State Court or as special appearance attorney in the EDNC. To review those resources, you should click here.

We also have additional resources for North Carolina transaction attorneys and out-of-state attorneys who associate us as North Carolina Local Trial Counsel. Want to learn more?


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