News - May 2019

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Lolly Gasaway with recipients of the Laura N. Gasaway Graduate Assistantship. From left, Emily Roscoe, a Ph.D. student in the UNC School of Information and Library Science, Sara Farnsworth 3L, Gasaway, and Jasmine Plott 3L. This article originally appeared in the Spring/Summer 2019 issue of Carolina Law magazine. Laura “Lolly” Gasaway’s career, which spans more

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This article originally appeared in the Spring/Summer 2019 issue of Carolina Law magazine. One of Carolina Law professor Bob Mosteller’s pastimes is working on the farm where he grew up in Lincoln County, North Carolina. Recently, he crafted an impressive bridge across a stream behind the property’s 19th-century farmhouse. In his classes, Mosteller has bridged

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This article originally appeared in the Spring/Summer 2019 issue of Carolina Law magazine. Following law school, Lawrence Cameron ’10 started his career as an assistant district attorney in Wake County, North Carolina. He went on to serve as an assistant U.S. attorney at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina where

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This article originally appeared in the Spring/Summer 2019 issue of Carolina Law magazine. What’s the appropriate balance between access to information and individual privacy? It’s an evolving, controversial issue with no consensus or clear standards in the United States. As librarians around the country digitize content for the web, UNC privacy law professor and Kathrine

May
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This article originally appeared in the Spring/Summer 2019 issue of Carolina Law magazine. Virginia Radford Niehaus, ’12 JD/’13 MPH, knows the powerful ways that public health and law can work together to improve people’s lives. During a Public Health Law Fellowship sponsored by the Network for Public Health Law and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, she had

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This article originally appeared in the Spring/Summer 2019 issue of Carolina Law magazine. Virginia Radford Niehaus, ’12 JD/’13 MPH, knows the powerful ways that public health and law can work together to improve people’s lives. During a Public Health Law Fellowship sponsored by the Network for Public Health Law and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation,

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Eight students of the Class of 2019 were selected to become members of one of the most prestigious societies at UNC School of Law. The James E. and Carolyn B. Davis Society recognizes eight third-year students possessing both academic and personal excellence and a willingness to serve for the betterment of the School of Law

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This article originally appeared in the Spring/Summer 2019 issue of Carolina Law magazine. Carolina Law started preparing Jessica Holmes ’09 for her legal career before she was even a law student. As a junior studying political science at Chapel Hill, she had a work-study placement at the UNC Center for Civil Rights. There she worked