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The University of North Carolina School of Law will host the 2017 Carolinas Colloquium on Friday, May 19, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The Carolinas Colloquium is a biennial regional conference focused on legal research and writing.

Our colloquium will feature conversation panels on topics of interest to those who teach in our discipline. The conversation panels are meant to foster interaction among the panelists and also with the audience.

The full program is available here. The topics that will be discussed at the colloquium include:

  • How Do We Design Curricula to Be Both Rigorous and Supportive?
  • Incorporating (More) Law Practice Skills into the LRW Curriculum
  • Judicial Clerkship Writing
  • Being in the Room Where It Happens!
  • Persuasion: What to Teach and How?
  • Transitioning to Teaching: A Two-Part Conversation about What Newer and More Seasoned Professors Can Learn from One Another

A block of rooms is available until 5 PM on April 17, 2017 at Aloft Hotels.

If you have questions regarding the colloquium, please contact Kevin Bennardo at bennardo@unc.edu or (919) 445-8843. We hope to see you in Chapel Hill in May!

Register Now!

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