May 14, 2018
From WBTV

The North Carolina Supreme Court held a rare session outside of Raleigh on Monday, but there could be many more like it in the next few years.

May 10, 2018

From the Morganton News Herald

The North Carolina Supreme Court will be at the Old Burke County Courthouse on Monday.

The court will hear two cases during their only session in Morganton.

Supreme Court Justice Barbara Jackson speaks to high school students in Caldwell County
May 7, 2018

From the Lenoir News-Topic

To the editor:

May 2, 2018

From Bold Life magazine in Hendersonville

When the golden-domed Historic Henderson County Courthouse on Main Street opened in 1905, the North Carolina Supreme Court had been convening in Raleigh for 87 years. And when the Courthouse celebrated its centennial in 2005, the Supreme Court celebrated its 187th year.

Supreme Court Justice Barbara Jackson speaks to high school students in Caldwell County
April 27, 2018

From the Lenoir News Topic

North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Barbara Jackson stood in front of a crowd of sleepy-looking teenagers at the Caldwell Early College High School and fielded questions.

A petite blonde boy raised his hand. “What is the most unusual case you’ve had?” he asked.

Senior Associate Supreme Court Justice Paul Newby talking to students at Chase and East Rutherford high schools
April 25, 2018

From Daily Courier in Rutherford County

FOREST CITY - It's not every day you get a lesson in law from a supreme court justice.

But on Monday, students at Chase and East Rutherford high schools received just that.

Senior Associate Supreme Court Justice Paul Newby addresses students at Chase High School
April 24, 2018

From RC Catalyst staff reports

April 16, 2018

Supreme Court Justice Sam Ervin IV spoke to school groups and Bar members in advance of the Supreme Court of North Carolina's traveling sessions in May 2018. The traveling sessions are being held in part to celebrate the Court's historic 200th anniversary in 2019.

Chief Justice Mark Martin headshot
March 28, 2018

This year marks the beginning of a much anticipated celebration of the Supreme Court of North Carolina. The Supreme Court will turn 200 next year, and we are pleased to commemorate this bicentennial anniversary by bringing the Court to people around the State.

February 12, 2018

Supreme Court of North Carolina Justices Paul Newby and Sam Ervin promoted the Judicial Branch’s civics education and Speakers Bureau programs to social studies teachers at the North Carolina Council for the Social Studies annual conference.

January 30, 2018

From the Daily Reflector, written by Brian Wudkwych

Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts of all ages packed into the St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church Parish Hall to celebrate Scout Sunday with food, friends and a word from North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Paul Newby.

January 22, 2018

The Judicial Branch celebrated an important milestone in 2017, the 50th anniversary of the North Carolina Court of Appeals. 78 judges have served on the Court since its founding in 1967, and the Court has decided over 66,000 cases. The Court’s opinions have established justice, affected countless lives, and have set legal precedent that will be upheld for generations to come.

January 22, 2018

The Judicial Branch celebrated an important milestone in 2017, the 50th anniversary of the North Carolina Court of Appeals. 78 judges have served on the Court since its founding in 1967, and the Court has decided over 66,000 cases. The Court’s opinions have established justice, affected countless lives, and have set legal precedent that will be upheld for generations to come.

January 22, 2018

The Judicial Branch celebrated an important milestone in 2017, the 50th anniversary of the North Carolina Court of Appeals. 78 judges have served on the Court since its founding in 1967, and the Court has decided over 66,000 cases. The Court’s opinions have established justice, affected countless lives, and have set legal precedent that will be upheld for generations to come.

November 13, 2017

From Hendersonville Times-News by Rebecca Walter

Henderson County’s population needs don’t currently call for establishing a specific, special court for military veterans who get in trouble, according to Chief District Court Judge Athena Brooks. At least not yet.

November 8, 2017

From the Statesville Record & Landmark, November 8, 2017

November 6, 2017

NEWS RELEASE FROM IREDELL COUNTY CLERK OF COURT

STATESVILLE, N.C. -The North Carolina Court of Appeals is holding a special session in Statesville on November 7, 2017 and the Iredell County legal community is gathering to celebrate the court's 50th anniversary. 

November 1, 2017

Please see the PDF below for an article originally posted in the November 1, 2017 edition of the Alleghany News. Article written by Bob Bamberg.

October 27, 2017

From High Country Press 

The North Carolina Court of Appeals held a special session in Boone earlier this week with the Watauga County legal community to celebrate the Court’s 50th anniversary. The event was held in the commissioners board room in the Watauga County Administrative Building. 

October 25, 2017

From Watauga Democrat by Kayla Lasure

BOONE — In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the N.C. Court of Appeals held a session in Boone on Oct. 23.