RALEIGH, N.C. - Campbell Law School hosted a five-person delegation of Lithuanian attorneys on Monday, April 29. The visit was in conjunction with the North Carolina Bar Association’s (NCBA) Attorney Exchange Program.
The group joined numerous Campbell Law administration and faculty members for a robust discussion on the nuances, differences, and similarities of legal practice and education in America and Europe.
The NCBA Attorney Exchange Program is designed to foster professional understanding through the exchange of ideas, information, and experiences on the practice of law in each legal system.
In addition to the Campbell Law visit, the delegation toured a wide array of North Carolina towns and attractions including the General Assembly, the Governor’s Mansion, the office of the N.C. Secretary of State, the N.C. Supreme Court, the N.C. Court of Appeals, the N.C. Business Court, the Durham County Courthouse, and the Pender County Courthouse.
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