NCRAA Launches Member Forum

Raleigh, NC – NCRAA members now have access to a new members-only forum. The forum will serve as an outlet for members to share information and ideas with fellow Republican attorneys. Any current NCRAA member may set up an account. For more information on the forum, or for help setting up your account, contact […]

New Study Committee Addresses Judicial Efficiency

Raleigh, NC – The new House Committee on Judicial Efficiency and Effective Administrative of Justice met today. The Committee is responsible for studying the structure and needs of the State’s judicial and prosecutorial districts and making recommendations on future judicial resource allocation. The Committee is also charged with studying issues related to the provision of effective […]

NCRAA Opens Raleigh Office

Raleigh, NC — The North Carolina Republican Attorneys Association has opened an office in downtown Raleigh, just blocks away from the General Assembly. The opening of the new office is one of many changes taking place within the NCRAA as the organization begins its expansion. “In the two years the NCRAA has existed, we have […]

NCRAA Spring Newsletter

NCRAA Spring Newsletter

Protecting citizens’ right to open and accessible courts

The North Carolina Republican Attorneys Association was pleased to host a panel discussion on October 17, 2011 at Campbell Law School in Downtown Raleigh regarding House Bill 8, Eminent Domain. The panelists included North Carolina House Member, Representative Paul Stam and Deputy City Attorney at Raleigh, Mr. Francis Rasberry.  The panelists discussed how the amendment will […]

NCRAA’s First Featured Attorney

Congratulations to Justice Paul Newby for becoming NC Republican Attorney Association’s first Featured Attorney Justice Paul Newby Justice Paul Martin Newby was born in Randolph County on May 5, 1955 and grew up in Jamestown, North Carolina.  After graduating from Ragsdale High School, he attended Duke University where he received a B.A., magna cum laude, in […]

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Voters Favor Tort Reform — But are Uncertain on the Details

As part of the mission statement for the North Carolina Republican Attorneys Association, it is our goal to provide insight and information into issues affecting our judicial system. In our first statewide survey, we decided to look various parts of the current tort reform legislation being discussed inside the North Carolina Legislature. For full results […]

Republican Attorneys Form Association to Provide Research and Opinion Content on Legal Issues Shaping North Carolina

Raleigh, NC – The North Carolina Republican Attorneys Association released the findings of a recent survey of North Carolina voters covering various legal issues facing the North Carolina General Assembly. The newly formed group of Republican attorneys is chaired by former North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice I. Beverly Lake, Jr.  Bob Crumley, former GOP […]