‘When They See Us, When We See Us’

Van Hecke-Wettach Hall 160 Ridge Road, CB #3380, Chapel Hill

Please come out and support BLSA, HLLSA, NLG, The Innocence Project, Lambda, and LSASDV as we organize a discussion that will focus on Ava Duvernay's "When They See Us" documentary, Wrongful Convictions in North Carolina, and what we can do as future legal professionals to remedy this issue. We will be joined by Prosecutor(s), District ...

Meet Successful Entrepreneurs – Institute for Innovation Drop-in Hours

Join Professor Zaneta Robinson, Buck Goldstein ‘76, Entrepreneur in Residence and Professor of the Practice, Shuford Program in Entrepreneurship , Larry Robbins ‘79 of Wyrick Robbins, and Sally Shuping Russell, Chair, Carolina Research Ventures and former Managing Director for BlackRock who serve on the Institute's Board of Advisers for conversation and tasty treats from local ...

First Amendment Law Review Symposium: The First Amendment and an Informed Society

Carolina Club

The First Amendment Law Review will hold its annual symposium "The First Amendment and an Informed Society" on November 8th at the Carolina Club in Chapel Hill, NC. This symposium at the UNC School of Law and UNC School of Media and Journalism will examine the role of the First Amendment in creating an informed ...

Cancer Pro Bono Legal Project Clinic

One Friday per month, UNC School of Law students and volunteer attorneys partner with volunteer attorneys, Legal Aid of North Carolina, and the NC Cancer Hospital to provide advanced directives for cancer patients, caregivers, and survivors.  For more information, email Liliya Oliferuk.

Representing People – Fighting the Fight in Private Practice

Van Hecke-Wettach Hall 160 Ridge Road, CB #3380, Chapel Hill

PD Boot Camp #2: Representing People - Fighting the Fight in Private Practice Tuesday, November 12 | Noon | Room 5048 Too often students think the government or a legal services organization are the only ways to do something meaningful with their law degree. If you want your practice to have a meaningful impact in ...

SELA Presents: Practicing Entertainment Law in a Non-Major Market

Van Hecke-Wettach Hall 160 Ridge Road, CB #3380, Chapel Hill

On November 12, The Sports and Entertainment Law Association will be proud to host two entertainment lawyers who make the Triangle their home base for a discussion with UNC law students titled Practicing Entertainment Law in a Non-Major Market . Shawn Rogers Nolan of Shawn Nolan Law and Neil Schulman of Ploegsma & Schulman LLP ...

Chicago Regional Alumni Event 2019

Women’s Athletic Club (626 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL) Are you a UNC alumni who graduated from Carolina undergrad and went on to law school? Or are you a UNC School of Law graduate? If you answered “yes”, than make plans to join us for a gathering of UNC alumni working in the Chicago legal ...

Faculty Speaker Series: Kevin Scott Haeberle

Van Hecke-Wettach Hall 160 Ridge Road, CB #3380, Chapel Hill

Kevin Scott Haeberle, William & Mary Law School Corporate and Securities Law with focus on the regulation of secondary markets, 􏰀inancial economics, and market-microstructure economics.

Carolina Christian Legal Society Speaker Series: David Brown & Pam Keenan

Van Hecke-Wettach Hall 160 Ridge Road, CB #3380, Chapel Hill

Join us in welcoming David Brown & Pam Keenan of Apex Immigration Services (AIS) to UNC Law.  Come hear from these two speakers how to use your legal skills to address a pressing need in our world.  Last year, CLS's work in partnership with AIS won the UNC Public Service Award.  Come hear how you ...

Expert Witnesses in Asylum Proceedings

Van Hecke-Wettach Hall 160 Ridge Road, CB #3380, Chapel Hill

Session One:  9:30 to 12 Session Two:  1:00 to 3:30 University of North Carolina School of Law, Room 5052 Expert testimony can be critical to the outcome of asylum hearings. Academics and others with knowledge of country conditions, and medical and mental health professionals can harness their expertise to support asylum-seekers fleeing harm. This training ...