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For discerning, high caliber students, UNC School of Law is often the perfect choice. Our students accrue the lowest debt among graduates of any top-ranked law school — private or public — and when they leave our famously beautiful campus, they do so as confident and principled advocates of justice.

Our alumni work with distinction all over the globe, and in North Carolina, no school has more graduates in positions of prominence than Carolina Law. We count many nationally-renowned legal experts and leading scholars among our faculty, who know that a deep, functional and nuanced understanding of law must be accompanied by a mastery of the practical skills of lawyering.

Because we are able to offer some 250 annual scholarships, totaling more than $2 million, we encourage all prospective students to research the competitive landscape of legal education, and for those demanding proof of exceptional opportunity, we look forward to making our case and to hearing yours.

The decision to attend law school is a significant investment in your future, and Carolina Law’s admissions office will be with you every step of the way.

We encourage you to visit us in person. Get to know us and judge for yourself if we are the right law school for you. As a lawyer, you will be expected to examine all the evidence; we would advise you to do the same in your search for a law school that is right for you. Only then can you make the best possible decision.

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