NCAJ Asks Cooper To End State of Emergency
NCAJ asks Gov. Roy Cooper to rescind Executive Order No. 116 and end the state of emergency it imposes in an effort to protect some of the most vulnerable North Carolinians – the elderly, infirm and those with disease and illness not related to COVID-19. These groups are suffering from the unintended consequences of the order, which is tied to a law that grants nursing homes, hospitals, and other healthcare providers broad immunity from their responsibility to provide competent care.
Rules For NCAJ’s Return To In-Person Events
Before entering an NCAJ event, every individual will be required to sign a form attesting that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 OR provide proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of the start of the event.
Lessons From ‘The Never-Ending Story’
The pandemic fatigue is real but hope is stronger.
Save Some Of That Care For Yourself
Lawyers are great at recognizing and dealing with other people’s problems, but aren’t very good when it comes to introspection and self-examination. But the times call for self care, even for lawyers.