The North Carolina Advocates for Justice is one of the state’s leading providers of continuing legal education programming for attorneys and paralegals. Our seminars are designed by NCAJ members to provide high-quality education and skills training, plus opportunities to share best practices and trial tips all while learning from some of the best legal minds in the state.

NCAJ Sections, Divisions and Caucus plan comprehensive substantive CLEs throughout the year that address hot topics, case law updates and practical skills.

NCAJ members also have exclusive access to the NCAJ Skills Academy, which highlights practical skills related to trial for attorneys in all stages of their practice. The NCAJ Skills Academy provides on-your-feet instruction covering topics such as jury selection, direct and cross examination and pre-trial practice.

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Your NCAJ membership also provides access to national webinars presented for trial attorneys across practice areas, thanks to our partnership with TrialSmith.

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Veronica McKoy

Director of Continuing Legal Education

Veronica McKoy

Director of Continuing Legal Education

Veronica McKoy has been with NCAJ since 1997. She began her tenure with NCAJ as an administrative assistant in the Membership Department. She held many roles within the organization before becoming the director of Continuing Legal Education in July 2021.

McKoy has over 27 years of experience in non-profit association work. Prior to joining NCAJ, she worked with the North Carolina Chiropractic Association as the membership secretary. 

As director of Continuing Legal Education, McKoy oversees the CLE programming for NCAJ. She also serves as staff liaison for NCAJ’s Education Committee, Employment Law, Disability Advocacy and Eminent Domain sections.

McKoy is a graduate of North Carolina Wesleyan College where she remained on the dean’s list and graduated cum laude with a bachelor of arts in justice studies.

Outside of work, she enjoys sewing, crafting, Carolina Panther football, Atlanta Braves baseball and, most of all, spending time and traveling with her family.

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