News Archive - 2019


This article originally appeared in the Fall-Winter 2019 issue of Carolina Law. From “one little room” to thousands of alumni worldwide, the state’s oldest professional school reaches its terquasquicentennial milestone at the turn of the decade. By Melissa M. Hyland ’13, Clinical Assistant Professor of Law, Reference and Faculty Research Services Librarian The University of


This article originally appeared in the Fall-Winter 2019 issue of Carolina Law magazine. Ada Wilson ’09 began making an impact in her position at Auburn University’s Office of Inclusion and Diversity on her first day. She encouraged a senior who wanted to study abroad to research scholarship opportunities and apply for a Fulbright award. The


Bluford wins the Winston Crisp Award for Student Leadership and the NC Association of Women Attorneys Sarah Parker Scholarship. Erica R. Bluford, a dual degree student who will graduate in 2021 with her JD and master’s degree from the UNC School of Social Work, was recognized in October with two notable awards. Bluford is the


Charles and Sue Plambeck have bequeathed and pledged $1 million to support the UNC School of Law, UNC College of Arts & Sciences, the Center for the Study of the American South, the American Indian Center and Wilson Library Special Collections. Their largely unrestricted gift enables University leaders to direct dollars where they’re needed most,


After a week-long orientation, UNC School of Law welcomed 186 new J.D. candidates in August. The majority of the Class of 2022 is from North Carolina, but students worldwide have also been drawn to Carolina Law, arriving from 25 states. The incoming class includes students from Argentina, Canada, China, Germany, South Korea, Sweden and the United

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