Land Condemnation: Water Wars
Community Service Projects
FREE Naturalization Clinic - March 25
For the fifth time, the NCAJ Hispanic Latino Legal Issues Division (HLD) co-sponsored a Naturalization Clinic with NALEO (National Association of Latino Elected Officials) on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at NCAJ Headquarters in Raleigh. Volunteers at the clinic provided assistance to those applying for citizenship and low-income fee waivers of the naturalization application (normally costs $680).
New Lawyers Division Spring Service Project – Smile Drive
The NCAJ New Lawyers Division is teaming up with America’s ToothFairy: National Children’s Oral Health Foundation to host a Smile Drive to raise awareness of the importance of dental health and to collect toothbrushes and toothpaste for youth in need! The smile drive will start in the month of February (National Children’s Dental Health Month) and will run from February 13 to March 31. Your contributions will provide underserved kids with critical oral health resources and tools they need to give them a fair shot at experiencing a lifetime of overall health and wellness.
Click for details, https://www.ncaj.com/NCAJSmiledrive.
Each November, NCAJ members, led by the New Lawyers Division, hold a state-wide food bank drive. In 2015, NCAJ members donated 10,000+ pounds of food to support food banks across the state.
NEW! NCAJ Service Project at Convention 2016:
NCAJ's New Lawyers Division is leading the organization in supporting NourishNC and their work to fight hunger in Wilmington! We encourage all Convention attendees (and all NCAJ members!) to support this organization by donating food or funds. Visit ncaj.com/nourishnc
Justice for Eugenics Program Vicitims
NCAJ Workers Compensation Section members pro bono efforts to get justice for vicitims of North Carolina's Eugenics Program.
MASS INCARCERATION TASK FORCE
NCAJ Task Force established in 2016 to identify causes of and to support reform to end mass incarceration in the United States.
NC Free Legal Help
NCAJ members also serve the community by answering legal questions as outlined in the NC Free Legal Help.org website.
NCAJ Proudly Supports Other Organizations Dedicated to Ensuring Access to Justice for All