North Carolina State Bar Forms

The North Carolina State Bar is responsible for regulating the practice of law in the state of North Carolina. It sets standards for the professional conduct of attorneys and ensures that they meet the requirements for licensure and ongoing legal education. The State Bar also investigates complaints against attorneys and disciplines those who violate the rules and regulations governing the legal profession. Additionally, it provides resources and support for attorneys to maintain high standards of professionalism and ethics in their practice.

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This document is used for reconciling trust accounts in North Carolina. It helps ensure accuracy and transparency in financial transactions.

This form is used for North Carolina attorneys to apply for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits. It is specifically for members of the bar association.

This form is used for non-accredited sponsors in North Carolina to apply for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit.

This document pertains to the supervision of emeritus or out-of-state attorneys who are providing pro bono legal services in North Carolina.

This form is used for updating the Pro Hac Vice Admission Registration Statement in North Carolina when a new sponsoring attorney is involved.

This document is used to petition for emeritus pro bono status for inactive members in North Carolina.

This Form is used to update a prior Pro Hac Vice admission registration statement in North Carolina when admission has been granted by the North Carolina Supreme Court.

This form is used for applying for reimbursement through the Client Security Fund in North Carolina.

This document provides a standard form letter that can be used to comply with Amended Rule 1.5(F) for fee dispute resolution in North Carolina.

This document is used for attorneys in North Carolina to certify their participation in a prepaid legal services plan.

This document is used for registering a trade name in the state of North Carolina. It allows individuals or businesses to establish a unique name under which they conduct their trade or business activities.

This document is for lawyers in North Carolina and is used to provide representations regarding the examination of their trust accounts as required by the Certified Public Accountants (CPA) examination.

This document is used for the Practical Training of Law Students/Clinical Legal Education Programs in North Carolina. It includes a statement from the Field Placement Site Supervisor.

This Form is used for registration to practice pro bono (free) legal services in North Carolina on a temporary basis under Rule .0905(H).

This form is used for requesting a name change for an attorney in the state of North Carolina.

This document certifies law schools in North Carolina that offer practical training and clinical legal education programs for law students. It ensures that students receive hands-on experience in legal practice during their education.

This document certifies law students who have completed practical training through clinical legal education programs in North Carolina.

This form is used for requesting reimbursement for foreign language or sign language interpreters in North Carolina.

This document allows individuals to formally request the termination of their membership with the North Carolina State Bar. It is used when someone no longer wishes to be a member of the Bar.

This Form is used for requesting a mailing list of members in North Carolina.

This document is the Oath of Office required for attorneys at law in North Carolina. It is a formal declaration of commitment to uphold the law and faithfully serve clients.

This document is used for registering a prepaid legal services plan in North Carolina. It is required for the initial registration of a plan in the state.

This Form is used for making changes or updates to your registration for a prepaid legal services plan in North Carolina.

This form is used for renewing the registration of a prepaid legal services plan in the state of North Carolina. It ensures that the plan continues to meet the necessary requirements for operating in the state.

This document is a bank directive regarding Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF) trust checks in North Carolina. It provides guidance on handling NSF checks related to trust accounts at the bank.

This document is a Quarterly Review Report specifically for North Carolina. It provides an overview and analysis of key metrics and performance indicators for the given quarter in North Carolina.

This document is a reconciliation report for the state of North Carolina. It provides a summary of financial transactions and helps ensure accuracy and balance in financial records.

This document is for North Carolina residents who are interested in volunteering for the Speakers Bureau. The Speakers Bureau is a program that allows individuals to share their knowledge and expertise by giving presentations and speeches on various topics. If you want to sign up as a volunteer, this is the form you need.

This form is used for lawyers in North Carolina who have been inactive or suspended for 12 months or less and want to petition for reinstatement to practice law.

This document is used for the annual renewal of registration for web site document providers in the state of North Carolina.

This form is used for ordering a paper format of the Lawyer's Handbook specific to North Carolina. It provides information and resources for lawyers practicing in the state.

This form is used for sponsors to apply for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credit in the state of North Carolina.

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