Spotlight Stories

Commencement 2015 Speaker

The Honorable Jenny Rivera, Associate Judge of the New York Court of Appeals, will speak at Commencement on Saturday, May 9, 2015.

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World Wise: Carolina Law Students Take on Global Issues

Casey Burns '15 spent a semester studying law at King's College in London, through Carolina Law's exchange program.

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Semester in Practice Externship Program

In the Semester in Practice Externship Program, students participate in real-life lawyering experiences with practicing attorneys and judges in the community.

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Why Carolina Law: Chris Dwight '15

If you plan to practice in North Carolina, how will Carolina Law support your goals?

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Carolina Law Students in London

The Middle Temple Moot Court Exchange Program exposes students to international law practice.

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Faculty & Research: Niger's Case of Hadijatou Mani

Professor Tom Kelley explains why a seemingly straightforward case took years to resolve in the Nigerien court.

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Daniel Fitz '85 Supports Students Who Want to Study Abroad

Born and raised in Hickory, N.C., Daniel Fitz '85 has made his home in London for a quarter century.

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2015 Murphy Lecture: From Anti-Apartheid Activist to Judge

Judge Thokozile Masipa, Judge at the Johannesburg Division for the Gauteng High Court in South Africa.

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LL.M. Program at UNC

Learn U.S. law in North Carolina at a leading world university in a globally prominent hi-tech research and development area. Opening and closing application dates for each year's application cycle are October 15 - April 30.

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Theodore M. Shaw: "There's Work To Do Here"

A Q&A with the new director of the UNC Center for Civil Rights.

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