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Western Wills 2013

Students traveled to western N.C. to prepare wills for low-income families in Newland during spring break.

Cherokee Group

Pro Bono Program students traveled to Cherokee, N.C., over winter break to work with clients of Legal Aid of Sylva and learn about the Cherokee court system.

Cancer Center Project

Carolina Law students assisted pro bono attorneys in providing legal assistance at UNC's Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center on the second and fourth Friday of each month.

Doug Debaugh

Law students and faculty staffed the North Carolina Election Protection hotline, a toll-free nonpartisan resource to assist voters during the May and November 2012 elections.

UNC School of Law has a tradition of training leaders who serve not only their clients, but also their communities, state and nation with great distinction. Records of significant service often begin well before attending the School of Law but also continue to develop in significant ways during the student's time in Chapel Hill. Over the years, many graduates have been touched by the spirit of public service that has long characterized the UNC School of Law, and go on, in their own way, to share the benefit of their training with those in need. At Carolina Law, public service is not a career path -- it is a deeply-held, collective value, central to who we are and what we do.

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