During a Twitter Town Hall on Monday, March 27, Catharine Arrowood answered questions about major recommendations for the North Carolina judicial system. The recommendations are the result of more than a year’s work by the North Carolina Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice (NCCALJ). Arrowood and Associate Justice Barbara Jackson presented the commission’s final report this month, and now they are helping inform North Carolinians about the findings.
“Recommendations when implemented will lead to more transparency, faster, more efficient access to justice and more accountability,” Arrowood tweeted in response to a question about how the commission will increase public confidence.
You can find all tweets associated with the Twitter Town Hall here. To read more about the commission and Arrowood's role, click here.