Faculty Speaker Series: Monica C. Bell

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

Monica C. Bell, Yale Law School Criminal justice; welfare law; housing, race and the law; qualitative research methods; and law and sociology.

Defending Farmworker Rights in North Carolina

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

Classroom 5046 This will be a panel discussion with 3 speakers focusing on farmworker issues in North Carolina. It will be open to the public. Food will be served to ...

Faculty Speaker Series: Marie-Amélie George

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

Marie-Amélie George, Wake Forest University School of Law LGBTQ rights; civil procedure and family law; sexuality and gender law; how and why laws have changed, as well as the ways ...

2020 CPILO Auction

Carolina Public Interest Law Organization will host its annual Auction & Benefit on February 6, 2020. All proceeds from the event go directly to fund UNC law students accepting full-time, ...

Consumer Law and Consumer Credit Symposium

The Consumer Law and Consumer Credit Symposium is held at the Festival of Legal Learning and offers courses on a variety of issues related to the representation of consumers, with ...

Festival of Legal Learning

Friday Conference Center 100 Friday Center Drive, Chapel Hill

The Festival of Legal Learning is a convenient, affordable and enjoyable way to satisfy all your MCLE requirements. Offering more than 100 sessions during an intensive two-day period, the Festival ...

Faculty Speaker Series: Kerrel Murray

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

Kerrel Murray, UNC School of Law Property law; race and the law; law and democracy; administrative law; constitutional law.

Witt Professionalism Roundtable

Carolina Club

Hosted by the Office of Advancement, the invitation-only Witt Professionalism Roundtable offers Carolina Law guests the unique opportunity to discuss ethical issues with seasoned attorneys, judges, and faculty members. Each ...