In the Media Archive

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Title Date
Fighter of Racism. Mentor to Many. J. Kenneth Lee '52 'Stood at the Front of the Line All the Time' (News & Record) July 25, 2018
2018 Woman of Influence: Danelle Miller ’97 (Indianapolis Business Journal) November 9, 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
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
Carolina People: Christine Wunsche '03, Director of the Legislative Reporting Service (University Gazette) September 26, 2018
Civil Rights Lawyer J. Kenneth Lee, Who Fought to Integrate Greensboro Schools, Dead at 94 (News & Record) July 23, 2018
Constance Anastopoulo '92 Vies for SC Attorney General's Office (SC Now) October 6, 2018
Dean Martin Brinkley '92 Remembers Civil Rights Attorney J. Kenneth Lee '52 (WFDD) July 27, 2018
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
Dream Turns into Reality for Travonte’ J. Warren ’18 (Roanoke-Chowan News-Herald) November 19, 2018
Eva DuBuisson ’07 Hired as Scotland County School Board Attorney (Laurinburg Exchange) August 28, 2018
Finding My Flow: How I Developed an Exam Preparation Strategy That Worked for Me — Guest Post by Katie Clarke 3L (Practice Tuesday) July 31, 2018
Focus Carolina Interviews Richard Myers '98 (Chapelboro) September 10, 2018
Former Student Whose Lawsuit Helped Desegregate the University Has Died at 94 (UNC.edu) July 26, 2018
Four Statewide Judgeships on Ballot (Winston-Salem Chronicle) October 25, 2018
Gary Locklear ‘79 Named Robeson County’s Interim Attorney (The Robesonian) July 2, 2018
Governor Appoints Lora Cubbage '06 to Superior Court (Rhino Times) October 25, 2018
Henry Frye ’59 Wins Elon's Leadership in the Law Award (Burlington Times News) October 28, 2018
Holocaust Survivor, Social Justice Lawyer John Rosenberg Speaks at KWC (Messenger-Inquirer) September 17, 2018
Hugh Tilson Jr. ’92 Named Director of NC Area Health Education Centers (Citizen Tribune) September 27, 2018
J. Kenneth Lee ‘52, Who Was Among the 1st Black Students to Attend UNC at Chapel Hill, Dead at 94 (The Root) July 31, 2018
Jamie Cox ’01 – Lenovo: A Career Calling, a Growing Mission (Vanguard Law Magazine) October 29, 2018
Jeff Grybowski ’98's Deepwater Wind Acquired by Danish Energy Giant Orsted for $510M (MassLive.com) October 8, 2018
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
Karen Popp ‘85, DC Fellow, Honored by Global Investigations Review With Inaugural "Award for Services to Diversity" (American Bar Foundation) July 12, 2018
Katherine Murphy ’99 Named Interim General Counsel (N.C. A&T) August 28, 2018
Kisha Patel 2L: This Summer Confirmed That This Is 100% What I Want to Do (UNC Women in Law Blog) October 11, 2018
Late Greensboro Mayor Jack Elam '52 Served During a Tumultuous Period (News & Record) July 26, 2018
Legislature Approves J. Stanley Carmical ‘80 as Superior Court Judge (The Robesonian) June 28, 2018
Lincoln County Icon Harvey Jonas ‘42 dies at 99 (Lincoln Times News) June 29, 2018
Lisa Taylor ’16 Story About Overworked Public Defender Is Winner of ABA Journal/Ross Writing Contest (ABA Journal) August 3, 2018
Madison Thompson '18: Money Transmitters Face Ambiguity in State, Federal Law (Law 360) December 3, 2018
Mark Melrose ’90 is One of Two to File for Superior Court Judge (The Mountaineer) June 20, 2018
N.C House of Representatives District 73 Candidate – Lee Zachary ’75 (Elkin Tribune) October 17, 2018
Nancy Guyton '85 Appointed To Wilmington Housing Authority Board (WilmingtonBiz) August 14, 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 Study: In Durham, Gentrification Follows a Red Line (News and Observer) August 24, 2018
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
Obituary: David T. Watters ’92 (News & Observer) November 21, 2018
Obituary: Harper Johnston "Jack" Elam III ‘52 (Greensboro News & Record) July 22, 2018
Obituary: Richard W. (Dick) Ellis ’69 (News & Record) July 11, 2018
Obituary: William "Bill" Frank Maready ‘58 (Winston-Salem Journal) August 11, 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
Robert Thackston ’87 Representing Smithfield Foods (Progressive Pulse) October 23, 2018
Ruby L. Powers ‘08 Met With 11 Separated Parents in One Day. What She Heard Is Terrifying. (Mother Jones) July 5, 2018
Ruby Powers '08 Helps Immigrant Mother Detained During Zero Tolerance Be Reunited with Her Son (Fox 26 Houston) October 24, 2018
Sarah Rozek 3L Discusses Free Speech Protection on Public Campuses (Daily Tar Heel) September 10, 2018
SBA President Joe Fields 3L Selected for Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism Law School Ambassador Program (NC Courts) August 14, 2018
Shaw Comments on Election Voting Problems (Patch) November 6, 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
Snow Camp Lawyer Barbara Christy ’83 in Line to Lead State Bar (Times-News) August 1, 2018
Taking the LSAT in 2019? It Will Be Digital (Daily Tar Heel) October 7, 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 Only Lawyer in Town: Marty Rosenbluth '08 Stands up for Immigrants (The Guardian) October 14, 2018
Tom Ross ’75 Op-Ed: The Time for Redistricting Reform in NC Has Arrived (News & Observer) July 14, 2018
Triangle Headliners: iNClusive STEM Innovation Pitch Summit (WRAL Tech Wire) October 8, 2018
Two V.I. Families Win $113 Million in Tobacco Trial, Represented by Russell Pate '07 (St. Croix Source) August 29, 2018
UNC Board of Governors Member Thom Goolsby '91 Wants Those Who Toppled 'Silent Sam' to Face Charges (WRAL) August 22, 2018
UNC Law to Help Entrepreneurs - Dean Martin Brinkley '92 Interview (The National Jurist) July 11, 2018
UNC’s Head of Student Affairs Winston Crisp '92 to Step Down (News & Observer) October 4, 2018
United Way to Host Benefactors Reception, Honoring Judge Hubert Olive ’53 (The Dispatch) September 5, 2018
Whitley Carpenter ’15 Discusses the Legal Fight Her Client Has After Being Arrested for Illegal Voting (MSNBC) August 17, 2018
Why the Wealth Gap Matters (WUNC) September 18, 2018
William Carleton Metcalf ’97 Named US Magistrate Judge (Blue Ridge Now) November 14, 2018
William Richard Purdy ‘75 is recognized by Continental Who's Who as Attorney of The Year (Market Insider) July 9, 2018
Winston B. Crisp '92, Former Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, to Speak at Winter Commencement (UNC News) November 13, 2018
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