A Message to Our Carolina Law Community

Dear Carolina Law Community, Last night, the Academic Affairs Committee met to consider whether to change the Law School’s grading policy for the spring semester.  The Committee voted unanimously to recommend that we move to a mandatory Pass/Fail grading system. It did so after (1) receiving comments and input from members of the faculty, both

Carolina Law Climbs to No. 27 in the U.S. News & World Report

UNC School of Law moved up seven spots to No. 27 out of 194 law schools ranked in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 edition of “America’s Best Graduate Schools,” released on March 17. Of the public university law schools listed in the top 50 schools as ranked by U.S. News, UNC School of

Google News VP Talks Tech, Media and Democracy at Hargrove Colloquium

We plan to reschedule this event sometime during the fall of 2020. As the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill officials continue to monitor the evolving situation related to COVID-19, and to promote the safety of our alumni, friends, staff, and students, the upcoming Wade H. Hargrove Media Law and Policy Colloquium scheduled for

UNC School of Law Announces Annual Alumni Association Awards

Four will be recognized for their significant contributions to the legal field. RESCHEDULED: Law Reunion Weekend has been rescheduled for September 25 and 26, 2020. With guidance from the Carolina Law Foundation Board of Directors, the leadership of the Law Alumni Association has decided to postpone Law Reunion Weekend. Given travel bans currently in place

Former South Africa Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke To Deliver 2020 Murphy Lecture

The 2020 Murphy Lecture has been canceled due to the worldwide public health crisis and related travel restrictions for many. Learn more at UNC-Chapel Hill’s Coronavirus Updates. Moseneke will speak about “The Transition from Apartheid to Democracy and Constitutionalism.” Dikgang Moseneke, the former deputy chief justice of South Africa who earned two degrees while imprisoned