Earlier this summer, William K. Goldfarb was nominated and chosen to be on the N.C. Advocates of Justice Board of Governors. The NCAJ is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that is dedicated to protecting the rights and safety of North Carolina of citizens who have been injured by other people’s negligence.
The NCAJ achieves their mission to protect the rights of injured people in N.C. through working with state legislators, and conducting professional seminars to help educate and improve their skills. The NCAJ focuses its activities and professional development to help the following areas of practice: Auto Torts, Civil Rights, Commercial Litigation, Consumer Areas of Practice, Criminal Law, Disability Advocacy, Eminent Domain, Employment Law, Family Law, Hispanic/Latino Legal Issues, Juvenile Defense, Legal Assistants, New Lawyers, Nursing Home Litigation, Products Liability, Professional Negligence, Small Office Practice, Workers’ Compensation. For more information on the N.C. Advocates of Justice please see their website at www.ncaj.com.
William will serve on the board for 3 years where I will make suggestions and help better the practice of law. William will specifically serve on the Education Committee where he will use his experience and knowledge to help plan and develop continuing legal education course sponsored by the NCAJ.