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UNC School of Law Announces Annual Alumni Association Awards

Four will be recognized for their significant contributions to the legal field. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law Alumni Association will honor three exceptional graduates and one exemplary faculty member at its annual Leadership and Awards Dinner on Friday, May 1, 2020 at The Carolina Inn. The awards recognize members

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

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 for protesting apartheid, will deliver the 2020 William P. Murphy Distinguished Lecture at UNC School of Law on Wed., March 18 at 4:00 p.m. Moseneke is a

Festival of Legal Learning Celebrates 30 Years in February

Attorneys can earn 12 hours of CLE credit at the annual legal learning conference in Chapel Hill February 7-8. For 30 years, UNC School of Law’s annual Festival of Legal Learning has provided continuing legal education for more than 15,000 attorneys and judges from across the country. Launched in 1980 to raise money for the

Eichner’s Book Focuses on How to Restore the American Dream by Supporting Families

As the mother of three children, Maxine Eichner, Graham Kenan Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of North Carolina School of Law, has personal experience in facing the challenges that American families face in juggling work and parenting. That knowledge has inspired not only Eichner’s focus on family law but her most recent book,