Nicole Daniels '15 traveled to Rwanda to study the court system's response to the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
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Earn up to 12 CLE credits at Festival 2015.
Born and raised in Hickory, N.C., Daniel Fitz '85 has made his home in London for a quarter century.
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.
A Q&A with the new director of the UNC Center for Civil Rights.
When you are entering the world of law school, how does Carolina Law welcome you? "Students here encourage one another," says Nana Asante '16. "I was glad to find when I got to UNC that I wasn't alone.
The Class of 2013 commissioned a portrait of N.C. Chief Justice Henry E. Frye '59 for the Graham Kenan Courtroom.
Mark Weidemaier, Ralph M. Stockton Jr Distinguished Scholar and associate professor of law, researches Argentina's debt crisis and the court's interpretation of the "pari passu" clause.
The Graham Kenan Courtroom at UNC School of Law undergoes a 21st century transformation to prepare students for real-world practice.
Award-winning UNC School of Law teachers Elizabeth Gibson, Burton Craige Professor of Law, and Joseph Kennedy, professor of law, discuss their teaching philosophy and the first-year experience.