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Title Date
Amid Silent Sam Debates, UNC Prepares to Celebrate First Amendment Day (Daily Tar Heel) September 25, 2018
2018 Woman of Influence: Danelle Miller ’97 (Indianapolis Business Journal) November 9, 2018
A Teacher Was Suspended for Posting a Video of Herself Pole Dancing. But What Are Her Rights? Papandrea Explains. (Education Week) August 24, 2018
A. Hessick: Carissa Hessick on the Presumption of Regularity (Yale Journal on Regulation Blog) January 14, 2019
Across the Board Improvements: Gender Diversity and ESG Performance September 6, 2018
Alamance County Board of Commissioners Candidates: Amy Scott Galey ’94 (Burlington Times News) October 17, 2018
Alice Neece Mine '85 Sworn in as NC State Bar Secretary/Treasurer (NC State Bar) October 25, 2018
Amendments Explained 2018: UNC-CH Law School Dean Martin Brinkley '92 Discusses NC's Constitution (UNC-TV) October 19, 2018
Andrew Chin on "Mathematics, Human Flourishing, and the Law" (Joint Mathematics Meeting) January 18, 2019
Ardia Explains How Trump Inaccurately Describes Libel Law (PolitiFact) September 5, 2018
BankThink How more women can get on bank boards October 18, 2018
BankThink There’s no excuse: Banks need to diversify their hiring October 16, 2018
Barbara Christy ’83 Sworn In as N.C. State Bar Vice President (Schell Bray) October 25, 2018
Bill Purcell ’85: Honoring Truly Outstanding Leaders from Our Community, J. Dickson Phillips Jr. ’48 (Laurinburg Exchange) August 22, 2018
BlackRock Is Sick of Excuses for Corporate Boards Lacking Women November 2, 2018
Bondholders Brace for Venezuelan Regime Change; Weidemaier Quoted (Financial Times) February 1, 2019
Booker Names Hanna Mori ’13 as State Director (Insider NJ) January 31, 2019
Boston’s First Black Woman Prosecutor Has Yet to Take Office, But She’s Already Facing An Ethics Complaint - C. Hessick's Research Cited (Washington Post) January 2, 2019
Brad Ives '89 Recognized by NC Sustainable Energy Association with Energy Leader Award (UNC Three Zeros) January 17, 2019
Broome Comments on JP Morgan's Presence in the Triangle (Triangle Business Journal) January 18, 2019
C. Hessick and Cofer 2L Op-Ed: NC Campaign Finances Need Scrutiny (News and Observer) December 26, 2018
C. Hessick and Jenny Cofer 2L: Voters Need More Information About Their Prosecutors (Kansas City Star) February 12, 2019
C. Hessick Explains Why Michael Cohen Won’t Get Anywhere Near 65 Years in Prison (Slate) August 22, 2018
C. Hessick Quoted in Plea Bargaining: A Necessary Evil? (Above the Law) November 20, 2018
C. Hessick Quoted: From a 'Due Process' Perspective, the Brett Kavanaugh Hearing Will Be a Farce (Hit & Run Blog) September 23, 2018
Cal Cunningham '92 to Speak to Senior Democrats Tuesday (Independent Tribune) January 5, 2019
California Enacts Law Requiring Public Company Boards to Include Women October 1, 2018
California Push for Women on Corporate Boards Prompts SEC Backlash September 24, 2018
Carolina People: Christine Wunsche '03, Director of the Legislative Reporting Service (University Gazette) September 26, 2018
Charlotte Talks: Exploring the Faces of Poverty with Nichol (WFAE) February 6, 2019
Chin Op-Ed: The Fight Against Partisan Gerrymandering Continues (Herald-Sun) August 31, 2018
Combating Poverty and Other Barriers, Wayne County Coalition Focuses on Equitable Economic Development (NC Policy Watch) December 4, 2018
Conley Discusses Chinese Scientist and Second CRISPR Pregnancy (Wired) January 24, 2019
Conservative Writer J. Peder Zane and Liberal Lawyer Gene Nichol Debate (News and Observer) September 27, 2018
Constance Anastopoulo '92 Vies for SC Attorney General's Office (SC Now) October 6, 2018
Contractor or Employee? NLRB May Tackle Question With Rule (1), Hirsch Quoted (Bloomberg Law) January 29, 2019
Corporate Counsel Awards: Rising Star Kyle Hoidal ’11 (Charlotte Business Journal) February 1, 2019
Corporate diversity lags in Asia October 14, 2018
Could Donald Trump Be Impeached? M. Gerhardt Weighs In (Toronto Star) August 22, 2018
Courtroom Clash Will Decide Fate of Sears; Jacoby Quoted (USA Today) January 31, 2019
D.G. Martin Interviews Gene Nichol on Who’s Talking (Chapelboro) January 19, 2019
Democrats in Murky Legal Water with Whitaker Lawsuits, A. Hessick Quoted (The Hill) November 13, 2018
Dems to Flex Muscle with New House Majority, M. Gerhardt Quoted (Fox News) November 7, 2018
Diversity on Tech Company Boards Continues to Move at a Snail’s Pace February 14, 2019
DJ Dore '13, Civilian Bosses Go on Training Mission to Learn the Rigors Faced by Employees Serving in the National Guard (ABC 11) November 16, 2018
Does Harvard Treat Asian-American Applicants Unfairly? The Case Goes to Trial; Shaw Comments (NPR) October 15, 2018
Dream Turns into Reality for Travonte’ J. Warren ’18 (Roanoke-Chowan News-Herald) November 19, 2018
Elengold: Lawyers and Student Debt (Student Borrower Protection Center) January 10, 2019
Ethnic and Racial Diversity in the Boardroom: Its Time Has Come. December 17, 2018
Eva DuBuisson ’07 Hired as Scotland County School Board Attorney (Laurinburg Exchange) August 28, 2018
Exclusive: Bank of America expands role for S.F. senior executive December 26, 2018
Facebook, Google Won’t Make Harassed Workers Arbitrate; Hirsch Quoted (Law360) November 9, 2018
Faris Dixon '92 Sworn in as Pitt County District Attorney (Daily Reflector) January 4, 2019
Fedders: Bleeding Control Instead of Gun Control: House Select Committee on School Safety Shirks Mandate (EducateNC) January 10, 2019
Focus Carolina Interviews Richard Myers '98 (Chapelboro) September 10, 2018
Focus Carolina: Carissa Hessick (Chapelboro) January 22, 2019
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy and Senior Staff Sheria Clarke '06 Join Nelson Mullins (LowCountryBizSC) January 3, 2019
Former Law Dean Ken Broun Honored for Service (Carolina Alumni Review) January 18, 2019
Four Statewide Judgeships on Ballot (Winston-Salem Chronicle) October 25, 2018
Frank Emory ’82 Focused on Fostering Trained, Educated Workforce (Charlotte Business Journal, subscription required) December 27, 2018
From a “Due Process” Perspective, the Brett Kavanaugh Hearing Will Be a Farce; C. Hessick Quoted (Hot Air) September 24, 2018
Gene Nichol to Deliver Major Address in Michigan, Speak in Raleigh (NC Policy Watch) November 26, 2018
General Motors Adds Another Woman to Its Board of Directors, Matching Number of Male Directors October 10, 2018
Gerhardt: Suing the Government Not an Option to End Shutdown (Black Press USA) January 20, 2019
Gov. Cooper '82 Appoints Weissman to Domestic Violence Commission (NC Office of the Governor) January 23, 2019
Governor Appoints Lora Cubbage '06 to Superior Court (Rhino Times) October 25, 2018
Greater Board Diversity Reduces Risk of Environmental Lawsuits, Australian Researcher Finds November 22, 2018
Grinnell Files Federal Appeal Over Vote to Expand Students' Union; Hirsch Quoted (National Public Radio) December 10, 2018
Haywood Names New County Attorney Frank Queen ’76 (The Mountaineer) January 9, 2019
Healthcare Finance Partner Kristin G. Caid ’98 Joins Norton Rose Fulbright in Denver (Globe News Wire) January 15, 2019
Hedrick Gardner Promotes Comp Attorney Brooke Mulenex ’11 in Charlotte (Work Comp Central) January 3, 2019
Henry Frye ’59 Wins Elon's Leadership in the Law Award (Burlington Times News) October 28, 2018
High Stakes and ‘High Crimes’: M. Gerhardt's Book on Impeachment (Wall Street Journal) November 1, 2018
Hirsch - Labor & Employment Roundup: Joint-Employers, Union Finances, and Duty of Fair Representation (Workplace and Labor Blog) October 31, 2018
Hirsch Cited by Duff: The 'Entrepreneurial Opportunity' Canard (Work Comp Central) January 29, 2019
Hirsch Comments on Grinnell College Student Worker Union Case (Vice) December 13, 2018
Hirsch Quoted: Conservative Justice Could Revamp Workplace Law (Bloomberg Law) October 18, 2018
Hirsch: Amazon and the Fight for $15 Campaign (Workplace Prof Blog) October 2, 2018
Hirsch: Amazon Bails on AI Hiring Program (Workplace Prof Blog) October 16, 2018
Hirsch: D.C. Circuit (Mostly) Approves of Browning-Ferris Joint-Employer Test (Workplace Prof Blog) December 21, 2018
Hirsch: Federal Employees Sue for Being Forced to Work Without Pay During Shutdown (Workplace Prof Blog) January 2, 2019
Hirsch: Forcing Federal Employees to Work During Shutdown Is a 'Clear Violation' (Yahoo Finance) January 16, 2019
Hirsch: Labor & Employment Roundup (Workplace Prof Blog) February 15, 2019
Hirsch: NLRB ‘Joint Employer’ Proposal May Require High Court’s Approval (Bloomberg Law) January 2, 2019
Hirsch: NLRB Reexamines the Meyers Individual Concerted Action Rule (Workplace Prof Blog) January 15, 2019
Hirsch: Supreme Court Hears Arguments on ADEA's Application to Government Employers (Workplace Prof Blog) October 9, 2018
Hirsch: Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Public-Sector Age Discrimination Plaintiffs (Workplace Prof Blog) November 6, 2018
Hirsch: The NLRB Joint Employer Test: Much Ado About Nothing? (Workplace Prof Blog) October 2, 2018
Hirsch: The NLRB's New Employee Classification Test (Workplace Prof Blog) January 26, 2019
Hirsch: The NLRB's Regulation of Email (Workplace Prof Blog) September 27, 2018
Hirsch: Uber Drivers Lost Big Class Certification Case (Workplace Prof Blog) September 26, 2018
Hirsch: Union Dissenters Lose First Janus Clawback Decision (Workplace Prof Blog) November 30, 2018
Holocaust Survivor, Social Justice Lawyer John Rosenberg Speaks at KWC (Messenger-Inquirer) September 17, 2018
Hornstein's Students Honored for Hurricane Relief Efforts (Daily Tar Heel) November 25, 2018
How Trump Could Use a National Emergency to Get His Border Wall, Explained by M. Gerhardt (Vox) January 8, 2019
Hugh Tilson Jr. ’92 Named Director of NC Area Health Education Centers (Citizen Tribune) September 27, 2018
Investors Trapped as Venezuela Sanctions Halt Bond Trading; Weidemaier Quoted (Bloomberg) February 4, 2019
IRS Struggling with Shutdown Backlog, New Laws, 'Antiquated' Technology; Osofsky Quoted (ABC News) February 13, 2019
Is There a Pro-Slavery Portrait in NC Supreme Court? Muller Quoted (Fayetteville Observer) October 26, 2018
Jacoby Blog: Corporate Bankruptcy as a Public-Private Partnership (CreditSlips Blog) August 20, 2018
Jacoby Comments on Sears Bankruptcy and the Need for Transparency (Fox Business) January 14, 2019
Jacoby Comments on Sears Bankruptcy, Boss Eddie Lampert (USA Today) October 15, 2018
Jacoby New Paper: Consumer Protection After the Global Financial Crisis (Credit Slips) February 13, 2019
Jacoby: Gymboree Gift Cards May Only Be Good for 30 More Days (USA Today) January 17, 2019
Jacoby: In the Zone: The Weinstein Co. Chapter 11 Hearings #9-13 (Credit Slips) September 12, 2018
Jacoby: New (From the Archives) Paper on Determinants of Personal Bankruptcy (Credit Slips) February 13, 2019
Jacoby: No Sears Rewards Points Guaranteed for Shoppers After Bankruptcy Filing (USA Today) October 15, 2018
Jacoby: What Skews the Public-Private Partnership in Corporate Bankruptcy Cases? (Credit Slips) September 13, 2018
Jamie Cox ’01 – Lenovo: A Career Calling, a Growing Mission (Vanguard Law Magazine) October 29, 2018
Jane Redding ‘87 One of Four Nominations for Randolfph County District Court Judge (Courier-Tribune) January 31, 2019
Jeff Grybowski ’98's Deepwater Wind Acquired by Danish Energy Giant Orsted for $510M ( October 8, 2018
John McMillan '67: Lobbyist, Lawyer and Friend of the NC Museum of Natural Sciences (News and Observer) February 13, 2019
John Moore '92 Named General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Peloton Therapeutics (Business Wire) December 4, 2018
John Rubin '82: UNC vs. UK in London! (NC Criminal Law Blog) October 18, 2018
JUST GOOD INVESTING - Why gender matters to your portfolio and what you can do about it December 1, 2018
Justice & Dignity for Pauli Murray (Chapelboro) February 12, 2019
Katherine Murphy ’99 Named Interim General Counsel (N.C. A&T) August 28, 2018
Ken Spaulding ’70 to Lead Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Observance (Patch) January 17, 2019
Kim's Research on Immigration Adjudication in the “Trump Era” Published in Emory Law Journal (The Regulatory Review) November 26, 2018
Kisha Patel 2L: This Summer Confirmed That This Is 100% What I Want to Do (UNC Women in Law Blog) October 11, 2018
Layla Santa Rosa '01 Appointed North Carolina Industrial Commission Deputy Commissioner (Workers Compensation) January 7, 2019
Legal Elite: Q&A with Keith Kapp '79 (Business North Carolina) December 31, 2018
Let's Talk About Sex and the First Amendment (Daily Tar Heel) November 18, 2018
M. Gerhardt Comments on "Vague Nature" of the Word "Collusion" (ABC News) August 21, 2018
M. Gerhardt Discusses Bill Clinton's Impeachment 20 Years Ago (Time) December 18, 2018
M. Gerhardt's Book "Impeachment" Cited in Huffington Post December 15, 2018
Madison Thompson '18: Money Transmitters Face Ambiguity in State, Federal Law (Law 360) December 3, 2018
Marshall Discusses Supreme Court Decision on Public Funding for Church Preservation (Bloomberg) November 21, 2018
Marshall Op-Ed: Moore Invites Trump, But Rejects Executive Power (News and Observer) January 23, 2019
Michael Best & Friedrich LLP Names James R. Lawrence III '12 as Partner (Michael Best) February 11, 2019
Mike Mcintyre ’81 Named Teaching Fellow at UNC (The Robesonian) February 2, 2019
Monast Op-Ed: More Frequent NC Hurricanes Are on the Way. Here’s How We Can Get Ready. (News & Observer) November 28, 2018
Muller Discusses Future of 'Silent Sam' (Indy Week) September 5, 2018
Muller, MLaw Grads Study Professional Ethics by Reflecting on the Holocaust (Legal News) September 6, 2018
Muller: His pro-slavery rhetoric was extreme. And his portrait dominates our top NC courtroom. (News and Observer) October 25, 2018
Muller: No, the Law Doesn’t Require Silent Sam to Be Returned to His Pedestal. (News and Observer) August 27, 2018
Myers '98 Comments on Sentencing of Former Buncombe County Staffers (Asheville Citizen-Times) January 4, 2019
N.C House of Representatives District 73 Candidate – Lee Zachary ’75 (Elkin Tribune) October 17, 2018
NC Court of Appeals Hires Jaye Bingham-Hinch '97 New Director of Staff Counsel (NC Courts) August 20, 2018
NC Court of Appeals: Chuck Kitchen ’80 Runs for Seat 3 (Citizen-Times) October 22, 2018
NC Economic Development Chair Frank E. Emory Jr. ’82 Speaks at Rowan Co. Chamber Event (Independent Tribune) November 1, 2018
NC Poverty Research Fund Report on Court Fines and Fees (NC Policy Watch) November 13, 2018
NC Poverty Research Fund Study: In Durham, Gentrification Follows a Red Line (News and Observer) August 24, 2018
Neal Inman '15 Named General Counsel of House Speaker’s Office (Speaker Tim Moore) February 11, 2019
Nearly 30% of California corporate boards will need women to comply with new law, survey says January 15, 2019
Netflix Stars Jerry Buting '81 and David Rudolf Bring Famous Case Q&A to Richmond (Times-Dispatch) September 8, 2018
New Report from Heather Hunt '02, N.C. Poverty Research Fund Details Racial Inequality, Gentrification in Durham (NC Policy Watch) August 22, 2018
New Sanctions Throw Wrench at Venezuela's Creditors; Weidemaier Quoted (Law 360) January 29, 2019
Nichol and Hunt '02 New Report on Court Fees that “Criminalize Poverty” (The Progressive Pulse) November 8, 2018
Nichol Book Focuses on NC’s ‘Invisible’ Poverty (News and Observer) February 1, 2019
Nichol Explores N.C. Poverty in New Book (Chapelboro) January 7, 2019
Nichol Lectures at UMich on Government Interference in Higher Ed (University Record) November 28, 2018
Nichol Op-Ed: All Workers in NC Deserve a Livable Wage (News and Observer) February 4, 2019
Nichol Op-Ed: Kavanaugh Won, Decency Lost (News and Observer) October 11, 2018
Nichol Talks 'Face of Poverty in NC' with David Crabtree (WRAL) January 11, 2019
Nichol Writes About North Carolina’s ‘Invisible Citizens’ (WUNC) February 7, 2019
Nichol: In NC, All Diversity Sits on One Side of the Aisle (News and Observer) January 20, 2019
Nichol's ‘Faces of Poverty’ Shows Another North Carolina (Wilmington Star News) December 22, 2018
Nichol's Academic Freedom Lecture at U Mich to Discuss State Interference in Critique of Government (University Record) November 19, 2018
Obituary: Addison Vann Irvin ’82 (Coastland Times) February 16, 2019
Obituary: Adelaide Austell Craver ’67 (Blowing Rocket) January 7, 2019
Obituary: David T. Watters ’92 (News & Observer) November 21, 2018
Obituary: U.S. Army Veteran Hunter D. Heggie ’51 Was Chattanooga Lawyer for Over 50 Years (The Chattanoogan) December 24, 2018
Osofsky: Fleshing Out Centralized Review of Tax Regulations (JOTWELL) October 11, 2018
Paul Newby ’80 to Seek Chief Justice Seat in 2020 (North State Journal) January 25, 2019
PG&E Files for Bankruptcy Following California Wildfires, Jacoby Quoted (Wall Street Journal) January 29, 2019
Philadelphia Region Still Lagging in Board Gender Diversity October 17, 2018
Podcast with Shaw: MLK’s Constitutional Legacy (Constitution Center) January 24, 2019
Priscilla Encarnacion ’18 Joins Brodzki Jacobs and Brook (Digital Journal) December 17, 2018
Public Sector Union Fees are Dead. What's Next? Hirsch Quoted (Bloomberg) September 13, 2018
Puerto Rico Restructuring Appointments Could Go to Supreme Court; Jacoby Quoted (Bloomberg Law) December 6, 2018
Puzzling New Sanctions for Venezuela's Bondholders; Weidemaier Quoted (Financial Times) February 4, 2019
Q-and-A with Michael Gerhardt, Author of "The Forgotten Presidents" (C-SPAN) November 11, 2018
Quotas are a terrible way to promote board diversity. Companies should do this instead December 5, 2018
Rebecca Finch Redwine ’07 Makes ABI's 2018 "40 Under 40" List of Emerging Leaders in Insolvency Practice (American Bankruptcy Institute) October 9, 2018
Richard Wiggins ’58 Receives Highest North Carolina Bar Award (Fayetteville Observer) January 31, 2019
Robert Edmunds Jr. ’75 Honored with the Chief Justice’s Professionalism Award (Fox Rothschild LLP) January 22, 2019
Robert Harrington 3L: The Show Must Not Go On: NCAA Faces Enforcement Hurdle Following Court’s Prohibition Against Show Cause Penalties (NCBA Blog) January 7, 2019
Robert Thackston ’87 Representing Smithfield Foods (Progressive Pulse) October 23, 2018
Rose Cordero Prey ’04 Joins Greenberg Traurig’s Dynamic IP Litigation Practice (Stamford Advocate) January 17, 2019
Ross Award Winner Lisa Taylor '16 Sees the Honor in Public Defenders' Work (ABA Journal) January 8, 2019
Ruby Powers '08 Helps Immigrant Mother Detained During Zero Tolerance Be Reunited with Her Son (Fox 26 Houston) October 24, 2018
Russia-Ukraine $3 Billion Battle Back in London Court, Weidemaier Quoted (Bloomberg) September 12, 2018
Sabbeth Discusses Gentrification in Durham (Herald-Sun) September 5, 2018
Sara Farnsworth 3L Proposed for Graham's Next City Attorney (Times-News) January 5, 2019
Sarah Rozek 3L Discusses Free Speech Protection on Public Campuses (Daily Tar Heel) September 10, 2018
Sculpture of Julius Chambers ’62 Commissioned for Charlotte Greenway (Charlotte Observer) January 16, 2019
Shaw Comments on Election Voting Problems (Patch) November 6, 2018
Shaw Comments on Harvard Admissions Trial (WGBH) October 12, 2018
Shaw on Podcast: The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (Legal Talk Network) January 31, 2019
Shaw Weighs in on the Long, Bitter Fight Over Thomas Farr (The Atlantic) November 29, 2018
Short Circuit: A Roundup of Recent Federal Court Decisions (The Volokh Conspiracy) October 5, 2018
Slice of South Florida Population That Lacks a Bank Account Grows, Diane Standaert '06 Quoted (Miami Herald) October 24, 2018
Slow Gains for Women and Minorities on Boards of Big U.S. Firms, Study Says January 15, 2019
Small Companies Face Added Pressure to Put Women on Boards February 13, 2019
Some Experts Believe Trump Can Be Impeached for Conduct Performed Before Becoming President, M. Gerhardt Quoted (Washington Examiner) December 6, 2018
St. Anselm panel explores the ethics of board diversity December 3, 2018
State Street’s ‘Fearless Girl’ moved away from Wall Street bull November 29, 2018
Students Assist Brunswick Expungement Project to Offer Non-Violent Offenders a Second Chance (WECT) January 30, 2019
Taking the LSAT in 2019? It Will Be Digital (Daily Tar Heel) October 7, 2018
Tesla Names Telstra’s Robyn Denholm Chair, Passing Over James Murdoch November 8, 2018
The Faces of Poverty – A Special Interview with UNC Law Professor Gene Nichol (The Progressive Pulse) December 24, 2018
The Hickory Young Professionals Top 10 Under 40: Susan Matthews ’08 (Hickory Record) November 5, 2018
The Hubert B. Humphrey Justice Fund Supports Braxton Reyna 3L (NC Bar Foundation) September 21, 2018
The National Police Association Is Throwing a Fit Over Prosecutorial Discretion (Slate) January 4, 2019
The One Proven Way to Diversify Corporate Boards October 3, 2018
The Only Lawyer in Town: Marty Rosenbluth '08 Stands up for Immigrants (The Guardian) October 14, 2018
The Rise Of Women In Corporate Boardrooms February 13, 2019
Threat of Liquidation Grows for Sears; Jacoby Quoted (USA Today) January 4, 2019
Triangle Headliners: iNClusive STEM Innovation Pitch Summit (WRAL Tech Wire) October 8, 2018
Trump Presidency Inspires Wave of Books on Impeachment, Including M. Gerhardt's (Herald-Whig) October 23, 2018
Two V.I. Families Win $113 Million in Tobacco Trial, Represented by Russell Pate '07 (St. Croix Source) August 29, 2018
U.S. Refiner Citgo Caught in Venezuela Political Upheaval; Weidemaier Quoted (New York Times) January 31, 2019
UNC Board of Governors Member Thom Goolsby '91 Wants Those Who Toppled 'Silent Sam' to Face Charges (WRAL) August 22, 2018
UNC Faculty Want Seat at the Table in Silent Sam Deliberations, Muller Quoted (News and Observer) January 7, 2019
UNC Law School to Honor Mike McIntyre ’81 (The Robesonian) January 26, 2019
UNC’s Head of Student Affairs Winston Crisp '92 to Step Down (News & Observer) October 4, 2018
Union Membership Rises in Pennsylvania Amid Nationwide Fall, Hirsch Quoted ( February 13, 2019
United Auto Workers Faces Reckoning with Big Three Dumping Sedans; Hirsch Quoted (Bloomberg Law) December 4, 2018
United Way to Host Benefactors Reception, Honoring Judge Hubert Olive ’53 (The Dispatch) September 5, 2018
University GC and Ex-JAG Officer John Scherer II ’92 Named to North Carolina Veterans Affairs Commission (Corporate Counsel) January 10, 2019
Veronica Higgs Cope ’01 Is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Speaker (Rocky Mount Telegram) January 16, 2019
Weidemaier: Republic and PDVSA Bonds: No Trades With Friends and Family (Credit Slips) February 4, 2019
Weidemaier: Ukraine Russia Bonds Get English Trial (Bloomberg) September 16, 2018
Weissman Presents Stetson’s Wm. Reece Smith Jr. Distinguished Lecture (Stetson University) January 8, 2019
What the Hell Is Going on with the State of the Union, M. Gerhardt Explains (Vox) January 23, 2019
Which Types of Companies Are Adding Women to Their Boards, and Which Aren’t October 11, 2018
White House Defends Decision to Revoke Acosta's Press Pass, Ardia Quoted (MediaPost) November 14, 2018
Why Companies Need to Advocate for their Female Executives February 12, 2019
Why the Wealth Gap Matters (WUNC) September 18, 2018
Will Three Become the New Two? California State Legislature Passes Boardroom Gender Quota Bill September 5, 2018
William Carleton Metcalf ’97 Named US Magistrate Judge (Blue Ridge Now) November 14, 2018
William Richard ("Bill") Purdy ’75 Recognized by Continental Who's Who (News 9) January 19, 2019
Wilson: Researching How Laws & Policies Perpetuate Racial Segregation & Inequality in Schools (Endeavors) November 7, 2018
Winston B. Crisp '92, Former Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, to Speak at Winter Commencement (UNC News) November 13, 2018
Women CEOs Share Tips for Getting Board Member Roles December 1, 2018
Women in the Workplace 2018 October 31, 2018
Zane and Nichol Debate: Where Have Republicans Taken North Carolina? (News and Observer) September 13, 2018
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