Jerkins Family Law – a Raleigh, North Carolina (NC) Family Law Firm

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Get in touch – New Direction Family Law

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Glenn Doyle Raleigh Lawyer

Glenn S. Doyle is the Founder and a practicing attorney at The Doyle Law Group, P.A., Attorneys at Law. Glenn has been practicing in the areas of family law and divorce for 18 years. In addition to his extensive legal experience as a practicing family law and divorce attorney, Glenn has been certified by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission as a Family Financial Mediator. Glenn has authored and presented several continuing legal education seminars on family law and divorce related topics taught to other family law and divorce attorneys in North Carolina. A resident of Raleigh and lifelong resident of Wake County, North Carolina, Glenn spends most of his free time raising his three children, reading and traveling. Glenn remains active in his community serving on various local boards and chambers of commerce as well as coaching youth sports. Glenn believes that the key to outstanding legal representation is devoting himself to the causes of his Client, and aggressively, yet professionally, challenging the opposition from the beginning. Knightdale Chamber of Commerce(Past President and multiple term Board Member. Just call Glenn at The Doyle Law Group, P.A. toll-free at 301-8843 or Email Us to schedule an appointment online and we can get started.
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Family Law Attorney Ashley T. Banks

Ashley grew up in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and moved to Raleigh in 2007. After living in the area throughout college and law school, she has proudly embraced Raleigh as her home. As a middle child of five kids, Ashley learned to appreciate the power of a winning argument early in her childhood. She knew her upbringing and experience with a large extended family would serve as great inspiration and passion as she pursued a career in family law. Ashley received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from North Carolina State University, graduating magna cum laude, and then obtained her Juris Doctor from the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University. While in law school, Ashley received the Beverly Massey Scholarship and served as President of Women in Law. As president, Ashley led the organization to receive the 2013 Outstanding Organization of the Year Award for best serving the student body. Ashley was also selected as a member of the Mock Trial Team where her skills as a litigator really began to thrive. Upon graduating, Ashley received the NC Advocates for Justice Most Outstanding Advocate Award and was inducted into the Order of Old Kivett for excelling in trial advocacy at regional and national competitions while maintaining the highest of ethical standards. Ashley passed the bar the summer after graduating and was admitted to practice in North Carolina shortly thereafter. Since joining Younce & Vtipil, Ashley has focused exclusively on family law. In her free time, Ashley enjoys running, spending time at the beach, and being with her Old English sheepdog, Max. I have not used a more professional, friendly and efficient law firm ever. I would highly recommend Ashley Banks and her law office and staff.
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Low-income students excluded from NC advanced classes

Thousands of low-income children who get “Superior” marks on end-of-grade tests aren’t getting an equal shot at advanced classes designed to challenge gifted students. James Ford, a former North Carolina teacher of the year who is now a Charlotte-based staffer for the Public School Forum of North Carolina, says bright but poor students are held back by an array of systemic barriers, from failure to recognize giftedness in different cultures to a shortage of advanced classes and top teachers in high-poverty schools. Some top students flee to magnet or charter schools, but those who are left find themselves with few high-scoring classmates and a dearth of advanced classes. Her son is at Irwin Academic Center, an uptown Charlotte magnet school that admits students in kindergarten, before anyone has formally been labeled as gifted, but also accepts newly certified gifted students in third grade. We found racial disparities among high-scoring students: Among more affluent students, Asians are more likely to be placed in rigorous classes, while black and Hispanic students are less likely.
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