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Municipal Liability / Government Immunity

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This specialized CLE seminar is tailored to legal practitioners in North Carolina who want to master the intricate landscape of municipal liability and government immunity within the state. Delving into the nuances of North Carolina law, this seminar equips attendees with in-depth knowledge about municipal liability, examining the circumstances under which local governments in the state can be held legally responsible for various issues, such as civil rights violations, negligence claims, and other legal disputes. Furthermore, it provides a comprehensive exploration of government immunity, clarifying the specific situations where government entities in North Carolina are shielded from legal liability. Attending this seminar will empower legal professionals to navigate the unique challenges of municipal liability and government immunity within the North Carolina legal framework, making them more effective advocates for their clients facing these issues.
1 general CLE hour


  • Antoine Marshall

    Attorney Antoine Marshall currently practices civil law at Legal Aid of NC. He focuses in the areas on landlord tenant, consumer, mortgage foreclosure, and federal benefits. Attor ney Marshall received his BA in American Studies from Claflin University. He proceeded to receive his J.D. from Wake Forest University. Attorney Marshall has experience in dealing with clients suffering from mental and emotional disorders. He also has sound legal and political insight and awareness of current affairs. He is a member of the NC Bar Association, as well as, the 10th Judicial Bar District. Attorney Marshall has publications in the Southern Regional Black Law Students Association Journal.

October 17, 2023
Tue 11:30 AM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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