June 26, 2022
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ND Recruiting Attorneys To Serve Rural Area

(Bismarck, ND) — North Dakota officials say there continues to be massive shortage of attorneys serving in rural areas. A recruitment program began last year in an effort to bring attorneys to rural counties and municipalities. Attorneys who agree to serve rural communities through the program receive a 45-thousand dollar incentive over five years. State Court Administrator Sally Holewa says serving in rural areas provides an opportunity to practice in a variety of legal capacities. The Commerce Department considers 39 counties in North Dakota as rural.

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