Law students in 1914

 

Margaret Kollock Berry

 

Daisy Strong Cooper

 

Susie Marshall Sharp

 

Sarah Starr Gillam and Virginia Douglas Bell

 

Doris Roach Bray

 

Judith Welch Wegner

 

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Carolina Law Women in History

Roughly half of the students at UNC School of Law are now women, but this hasn't always been the case. The first female accepted to Carolina Law was Lillian Rowe Fry in 1911. Since then, women have been making history at UNC School of Law and throughout North Carolina.

At left: UNC law students in 1914, including Margaret Kollock Berry, center, the first female graduate in 1915.

Read the full story in the Spring/Summer 2012 issue of Carolina Law.


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Law students in 1914 Margaret Kollock Berry Daisy Strong Cooper
Susie Marshall Sharp Sarah Starr Gillam and Virginia Douglas Bell Doris Roach Bray
Judith Welch Wegner
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