Week in Review: Nov 9-13
Happy Friday Readers! While it’s been rainy this week for North Carolina, we hope wherever you’re reading this from, your week has been great and you continued to champion for Juvenile Justice. It’s a short and sweet blog today, just enough to get you headed to your weekend!
Appeals Tip of the Week: Courtesy of David Andrews, Office of the Appellate Defender
To preserve issues for appeal, object to any evidence that you suspect is inadmissible. Make sure you provide specific grounds for your objections and constitutionalize your objections. Lastly, get a ruling. If you don’t get a ruling, the argument might be waived on appeal.
IDS is seeking a new Contracts Administrator based in Durham, NC. The Contracts Administrator would enter into and administer contracts with individual attorneys, law firms, and non-profits for indigent representation throughout North Carolina, primarily through a Request for Proposals (RFP) process. This is a data and systems driven position.
Do you have knowledge of:management and maintenance of a database system to monitor contract performance and to generate reports; and policies related to issuing and evaluating RFPs and individually negotiated contracts in a government setting? Want to know more about this job posting? Maybe you’re looking for a change of pace? Well, click here to learn more and apply today! This posting closes 11/17.
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