A Q&A with Maryam Al-Zoubi '16. She came to UNC School of Law with aspirations of one day working in the U.S. Attorneys’ Office, focusing on issues of domestic human trafficking.
A Q&A with Danielle Bernard '16. She chose UNC School of Law because of its great reputation and the friendly student body.
A Q&A with Jacob Oakes '16. He plans to work in North Carolina to promote social justice.
A Q&A with Billy Piontek '16. His path to UNC School of Law was a circuitous one -- he came here from Charlotte after working in finance on Wall Street and traveling around the world.
This year’s entering J.D. class includes students from 25 states, the District of Columbia, Australia and Korea. There are seven LL.M. students representing Germany, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kenya, South Korea and Wales; eight exchange students (2 from England, 1 from France, 3 from Germany, 1 from Hong Kong, 1 from the Netherlands); and approximately 15 research scholars each semester.
This profile reflects the class as of the beginning of orientation (8/26/14). Official data will be verified by LSAC in late fall 2014.