Carolina Law is preparing our students for the changing nature of legal practice by strengthening our focus on experiential learning and practical skills development.
The challenging economic climate means the law school is relying partially on tuition increases to fund these reforms, resulting in a higher cost of legal education for our students.
In response to the increased tuition and other financial pressures on our students, Carolina Law is embarking on an initiative to raise $5 million in scholarship support over the next three years. Scholarships are more important than ever to recruit the very best students, to maintain our historic commitment to broad access, and to ease the debt that graduates may carry with them into their professional careers.
Read more about how our students are benefiting from scholarships in the latest issue of Carolina Law magazine.
For more information on how to establish a scholarship, contact Kris Jensen, associate dean for advancement, at 919.445.0168 or email@example.com.