27 NCAC 01D .2503 Recognition as a Specialist in Criminal Law

A lawyer may qualify as a specialist by meeting the standards for criminal law or the subspecialties of state criminal law or juvenile delinquency law. If a lawyer qualifies as a specialist by meeting the standards for the criminal law specialty, the lawyer shall be entitled to represent that he or she is a "Board Certified Specialist in Criminal Law." If a lawyer qualifies as a specialist by meeting the standards set for the subspecialty of state criminal law, the lawyer shall be entitled to represent that he or she is a "Board Certified Specialist in State Criminal Law." If a lawyer qualifies as a specialist by meeting the standards for the subspecialty of juvenile delinquency law, the lawyer shall be entitled to represent that he or she is a "Board Certified Specialist in Criminal Law Juvenile Delinquency."

 

History Note: Authority G.S. 84-23;

Readopted Eff. December 8, 1994;

Amended Eff. August 25, 2011; March 10, 2011.