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Meredith Nicholson

Meredith Nicholson participates in Duke Law’s Public Interest Careers Friday Speaker Series on September 19

The Durham Law firm of NicholsonPham is pleased to announce that Meredith Nicholson will be participating in Duke Law’s Public Interest Careers Friday Speaker Series on September 19 entitled “So, You Want to Work in Criminal Law”. This speaker panel series discusses the career paths taken by government attorneys, as well as attorneys in veteran’s…

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New Ruling on Birth Father Responsibilities

The NC Supreme Court reversed a lower court yesterday in a very interesting ruling on birth fathers and their consent to give up their children for adoption. Those of us that practice in the adoption world have been waiting for this decision because the NC Court of Appeals had thrown a monkey wrench into what…

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Meredith Nicholson Runs Gallop & Gorge 8K

On Thanksgiving morning, November 28th 2013, Meredith Nicholson participated in the Gallop & Gorge 8k as the final event of the 3-race Le Tour de Carrboro race series, sponsored by Cardinal Track Club. For the race, people were asked to donate to the IFC Food Pantry. The IFC relies on donations from individuals and helps provide groceries…

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Meredith Nicholson Presents to El Centro Hispano

Meredith frequently presents on LGBT issues in Spanish to the Durham community and recently spoke on the Windsor Case in a presentation on DOMA to El Centro Hispano. Local Hispanic media turned out and her presentation was covered by La Conexión NC and Que Pasa newspapers in Raleigh. El Centro Hispano is a community-based grassroots…

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Meredith Nicholson: A mid year update 2013

Building on her long history of providing legal services to low-income families, Meredith is pleased to announce that she was recently awarded one of the contracts with NC Indigent Defense Services to provide misdemeanor defense in the 14th Judicial District. A frequent speaker, Meredith has recently presented on behalf of the North Carolina Advocates for…

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