April 9, 2021
RALEIGH -- The N.C. Bar Association Young Lawyers Division has selected “Letter to Adelaide,” an essay by Raleigh associate Cara Ludwig, as a winner of its 2021 Writing Competition.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has clarified many significant issues that impact each of us not only as legal professionals, but as members of a global community,” the Bar noted on its website. “These authors gave voice to unique perspectives within that community. Their pieces address the challenges of pandemic parenthood, cry out for social justice, and offer a dream of a future with greater environmental stewardship. We hope these pieces prompt you to reflect on our shared experience of living during this unusual time.”
Ludwig’s essay captures a mother’s concerns for her baby daughter in a world of COVID-19, unexplained killings, and riots, while wishing her a future filled with wonder, community, and laughter.
Ludwig focuses her practice on assisting healthcare providers with a variety of transactional matters, including affiliations, mergers and acquisitions, and expansion of services. She has also represented healthcare entities in leasing, employment, recruitment, and services arrangements and provided guidance regarding HIPAA, Stark law, and Anti-Kickback Statute compliance.
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