The center hosts the annual North Carolina Banking Institute, a continuing legal education program, in Charlotte, N.C., that brings together leaders and scholars in the finance industry.
The mission of the Center for Banking and Finance is to play a leadership role in the continual evolution of the financial services industry. The center provides a variety of support to banking lawyers nationwide. This support is focused in three areas:
The Center was established in July 2000 and it sponsors and supports the North Carolina Banking Institute continuing legal education program and the North Carolina Banking Institute Journal, both of which were founded in 1997.
Banking and Finance invites applications for its inaugural grant from the
Center for Banking and Finance International Enrichment Fund to provide up to
$5,000 to help defray costs associated with an international summer study
abroad program for a rising 2L focused on the study of banking, finance, or
business legal issues. Preference will
be given to a student who will study business, banking, or finance courses at
the summer program offered by our international partner, University of
Augsburg, http://www.law.unc.edu/academics/international/exchangestudyabroad/augsburg/">. Augsburg is located in Bavaria in
Germany. The Augsburg 2015 program on
European and International Law is in English and will be offered from June
An information session will be held at noon on March 5 in Room 4004 for students who would like more
information or who have any questions. You may also direct questions to Professor Lissa Broome at email@example.com.
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