Faculty Speaker Series

Each year, Carolina Law attracts some of the nation’s leading legal scholars to Chapel Hill to share their insights with faculty and students on a variety of engaging topics.

  • 09/14/2023 Eisha Jain, University of North Carolina School of Law, Criminal Law, Evidence, Immigration Law, Public Interest Law
  • 09/21/2023 Eric L. Muller, University of North Carolina School of Law, Civil Rights and Discrimination, Constitutional Law, Criminal Procedure, Legal Ethics and Professional responsibility, Legal History, Race and the Law
  • 09/28/2023 Marie-Amelie George, Wake Forest University School of Law, LGBTQ Rights, Civil Procedure, Family Law
  • 10/05/2023 Justin Desautels-Stein, University of Colorado Law School, International Law, Comparative Law, Property, Jurisprudence, Legal History
  • 01/18/2024 Leigh Osofsky, University of North Carolina School of Law, Administrative Law, Legislation, Taxation-Federal, Tax Law
  • 01/25/2024 David S. Ardia, University of North Carolina School of Law, Media Law and Policy, Communications Law, Copyright Law, Cybersecurity Law, Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law, First Amendment, Torts
  • 02/01/2024 John F. Coyle, University of North Carolina School of Law, Conflicts of Law, Contracts, Corporate Law, International Law
  • 02/08/2024 Lisa M. Fairfax, University of Pennsylvania, Penn Carey Law, Business and Corporate Law, Financial and Commercial Law, Law and Economics, Environmental, Social and Governance
  • 02/15/2024 Avani Sood, New York University School of Law, Criminal Law, Empirical Legal Studies, Law & Psychology
  • 02/29/2024 Kristelia García, Georgetown University Law Center, Copyright Law, Intellectual Property, Technology Law & Economics
  • 03/07/2024 Sheldon Evans, Washington University School of Law (St. Louis), Criminal Law and Sentencing, Immigration Law, Refugee and Asylum Law, Race and the Law, Legal Profession
  • 03/21/2024 Mark Storslee, Emory University School of Law, Constitutional Law, Federal Courts, First Amendment, Law & Religion, Civil Procedure
  • 04/11/2024 Woodrow Hartzog, Boston University School of Law, Privacy & Technology Law, Media & First Amendment Law, Cybersecurity Law, Law & Technology