Mecklenburg County Bar News and Annoucements

Purchase Your 2015-16 Blue Pages Listing(s)
The blue pages or "areas of concentration" are an invaluable listing of attorneys, indexed by specific areas of practice. Attorneys listed in the blue pages under their areas of practice are at the fingertips of anyone needing to make a referral. Early-bird pricing through Aug. 7

Pay Your Annual Membership Fee (Member Dues) Here
MCB Annual Membership Fee invoices are being mailed. You may log-in here to pay your Membership Fee or mail a check with your invoice.

MCB Executive Director is 2015-16 President of National Association of Bar Executives
Nancy M. Roberson, MCB executive director, is serving as the president of the National Association of Bar Executives (NABE) through June 30, 2016.

Elizabeth N. McKee: 2015 Liberty Bell Award Winner
Elizabeth N. McKee, executive director of Leadership Charlotte, received the 2015 Liberty Bell Award at the MCB Law Day Luncheon on May 7, 2015.

Attention Current Courthouse Access Card Holders - Renew Early!
If you currently have a Courthouse Access Card, you may avoid the rush and renew it beginning May 21, 2015. Please log-in to your member account pay your $20.00 renewal fee.

Public Defender Appointed
The Mecklenburg County Bar, as per the statutory scheme, solicited and advertised for candidates to be considered for the position of Public Defender.

Firm & Attorney Announcements - NOW FREE!
MCB members and their firms/companies may now share promotions, accomplishments, updates and other important news with their peers and fellow Bar members for no charge.

 

 

 
Friday July 31, 2015


 
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Upcoming MCB Events
 

8-6-15 Memorial Service for Henry N. Pharr II
Friends and colleagues are encouraged to attend and, if desired, say a few words in celebration of Mr. Pharr's life.

9-3-15 Lawyers' Luncheon Series
Join your colleagues at a regular monthly luncheon to eat, socialize and hear remarks from a speaker.

9-3-15 Memorial Service for J. Carlton Fleming
Friends and colleagues are encouraged to attend and, if desired, say a few words in celebration of Mr. Fleming's life.

 

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