Law Reunion Weekend
We look forward to seeing you in Chapel Hill this October! For a full schedule, visit the Law Alumni Weekend website. Registration opens in August.
Carolina Law, Spring/Summer 2011 Issue
According to Carolina Law experts, true improvements in health care provision and implementation will only come through team work at the highest levels: between regulatory bodies, federal agencies and state legislatures. UNC-trained health care lawyers stand at the ready to play a role during this era of health law transformation. Featuring alumni Kitty Cohen '85, Noah H. Huffstetler III '76, Adam Searing '94, Jane Perkins '81, Ann Young '75 and faculty members Richard S. Saver and Joan H. Krause. Read the full story in the Spring/Summer 2011 issue of Carolina Law.
Authors Suggest New Legal Model for DNA Sample Contributions
Healthy people who contribute DNA samples for medical research see their relationship with researchers more as a license for sharing a trade secret than participation in traditional medical research, say UNC School of Law researchers John Conley, William Rand Kenan Jr. Professor of Law; Arlene Davis, adjunct professor of law and associate professor of social medicine at UNC School of Medicine; alumna Allison Dobson '09; and second-year law student Ryan Gladden, Conley's research assistant. Read more >>
Faculty Awards Honor Professors Orth, Polsky, McKinney and Broun
UNC School of Law presented three awards to distinguished faculty on Thurs., April 28, in a ceremony at the Carolina Club, and honored retiring faculty member Kenneth S. Broun. Read more>>