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Mission Statement

The Kathrine R. Everett Law Library supports the education of Carolina Law students, acts as a research partner with faculty and students, and serves the legal information needs of University students and faculty, the legal community, and the residents of North Carolina. To that end, the Law Library's mission is:
  1. To research, develop and implement innovative services, instruction and creative uses of technology to access, manage and communicate knowledge;
  2. To collect, organize and preserve legal resources, and provide access to information to enhance and support legal and law related research and scholarship;
  3. To teach formal courses in law, legal research and law related subjects in the Law School and the University;
  4. To maintain a physical environment conducive to study, research and scholarship; and
  5. To foster research, scholarship, education, and leadership in law librarianship, legal research, law, and information and library science.

Approved June, 1990
Amended January, 1995
Amended January, 2002
Amended December, 2004

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