CHARLOTTE, N.C.—A proposed amendment to state bar rules would make North Carolina only the second state in the nation to require annual technology training for attorneys. The N.C. State Bar is pursuing a requirement that would mandate one hour of mandatory technology training for lawyers as part of the annual 12-hour CLE requirement.
Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Mark Henriques, who chairs the N.C. State Bar's Ethics Committee, discussed the proposal with Bloomberg Law.
Henriques said "attorneys must have some understanding about how technology is affecting their practice."
Click here to read "Do Attorneys Need Mandatory Technology CLEs? N.C. Bar Says Yes" at Bloomberg Law.
Mark Henriques is a partner in Womble Bond Dickinson's Charlotte office. A business litigator with significant jury trial experience, Henriques also helps lead the firm's e-discovery team. He also hosts In-House Roundhouse, the firm's podcast focused on providing in-house attorneys and corporate leaders with insight from their peers.
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