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Law Offices of John M. Kirby

John Kirby is a lawyer practicing litigation and other areas of law in North Carolina. Located in Raleigh, North Carolina, he has tried several civil and criminal cases to jury verdict in court in North Carolina. He has tried cases from Charlotte (Mecklenburg County) to Beaufort (Carterert County), and has represented parties in legal disputes in more than fifty counties in North Carolina. He has taught continuing education courses to attorneys and insurance professionals in North Carolina. He currently has cases pending at the Trial Division, the federal courts in North Carolina, and before multiple state agencies. Upon graduation from law school, he clerked for the Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court.

John Kirby has numerous areas of practice , including litigation, insurance, appeals, administrative law, and construction litigation. His cases include insurance disputes, business litigation, personal injury, administrative law, commercial and residential construction, legal malpractice, wrongful death, and appeals. He is also certified as a mediator in North Carolina.

This site contains more information about John Kirby's areas of legal expertise, and provides information regarding these areas of North Carolina law.

Recent activity: John Kirby tried cases to jury verdict in January and February 2014, both of which resulted in a finding of negligence against a defendant who had denied negligence. He served as a judge in a national trial advocacy competition in February 2014, and served as a judge in a Moot Court competition in February 2014. John Kirby was quoted in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly in May 2013 regarding North Carolina law on claims for intentional infliction of emotional distress. John Kirby taught continuing legal education seminars in Charlotte in October 2013. In April 2012 he published a comprehensive article on minor's claims in the Campbell Law Review.

This site also contains information about recent cases in North Carolina. These cases include the following cases through May 2014:

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