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Today, June 22, 2020, marks the 69th anniversary of the integration of both Carolina Law and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. On June 22, 1951, five African-American students, Harvey E. Beech, James L. Lassiter, J. Kenneth Lee, Floyd B. McKissick, and James R. Walker began summer session classes at the law school. The integration


Though most of us are accustomed to using HeinOnline for its law journal library, and occasionally its historical materials, Hein also provides access to a number of other useful secondary materials, including .pdf versions of almost four hundred University of North Carolina Press titles related to law. The University of North Carolina’s press is one


UNC Law’s own Maxine Eichner has recently published The Free Market Family: How the Market Crushed the American Dream (and How It Can Be Restored). Eichner is the Graham Kenan Distinguished Professor of Law and teaches in the areas of family law, gender, critical legal theory, and torts. Eichner explores the cost that free market


On November 5, 2019, the Kathrine R. Everett Law Library hosted the law school’s inaugural Open Mic: Speak Your Research event as part of UNC’s Research Week. The Office of Undergraduate Research describes Research Week as “an annual campus event designed to improve awareness of what is means to be a research university, align the


When the North Carolina court system launched its new website, it streamlined the design and made information about the courts easier to find. The new website includes information targeting public users, but it also includes features that make it an excellent research tool. Informational Features NCCourts.org provides direct access to information about court locations, court


Lexis Advance recently redesigned its homepage to streamline search functions. The search bar and content type box remain in the same place, but they have hidden the “advanced search” link under a “more options” tab. Advanced search is one of the more powerful tools available to a legal researcher on Lexis. Options on this page