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November 02, 2012


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Bill Turnier

This is very interesting. Back about 12 years ago when North Carolina was socked very hard by a series of storms that brought worse flooding than most hurricanes that strike us, the NC Bar Ass'n decided to get a large contingent of lawyers to provide volunteer help to those struck by the storms in our coastal area. The University of North Carolina Law School undertook providing training for the lawyers. It cut across specialties. I, for example, gave the basic black letter law on claiming casualty loss deductions along with strategizing for such losses. On the same panel, my colleague, Don Hornstein addressed insurance issues. A great number of topics were covered. I do not know what you intend to do in NY Bridgett but it may be worth seeing if some schools can cooperate with the bar in a similar venture.

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