The International Committee of Dispute Resolution Section of North Carolina Bar Association presents a panel exploring arbitration's role in North Carolina, analyzing its role in the legal system. Speakers will share their experiences with arbitration practice and will take a critical look at the discourse on the advantages of arbitration versus litigation and on the role arbitration may play in the future in the legal practice in North Carolina. Refreshments will be served. Co-sponsored by DBA and the International Law Society. For more information, contact Lucy Chang at email@example.com.
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