UNC School of Government

An Introduction to the North Carolina Open Meetings Law Part 1

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This module explains the basic components of the open meetings law, including the definitions of key terms "public bodies" and "official meetings," and provides an overview of the notice requirements for the various types of meetings under the law. It is designed for public officials and employees, and members of the public. It provides an introduction to the open meetings law, and directs viewers to resources that provide further information on this topic.

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Frayda Bluestein

Frayda Bluestein joined the School of Government (then the Institute of Government) in 1991. From 2006 to 2017 she served as the School's associate dean for faculty development. Prior to joining the School, she worked in private law practice, focusing primarily on municipal and land use law, and ...


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