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The Daily Tar Heel
Child care costs in U.S. are higher than in-state college tuitionfinding adequate child care is still a struggle for many students and faculty m
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 14 days ago
finding adequate child care is still a struggle for many students and faculty members. Mollie McGuire, a student at the UNC School of Law and the mother of a 20-month-old son, said child care was a significant factor in her educational decisions... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
What are Chapel Hill schools doing to combat achievement gaps?is that with an achievement gap like this, you’re really seeing a school within
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 17 days ago
is that with an achievement gap like this, you’re really seeing a school within a school,” Erika Wilson, a professor in the UNC School of Law, said. “If you have some students that are taking classes that are less rigorous and some taking classes... Read more
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WRAL.com Raleigh
9/30: A conversation with Margaret Spellingshas chided UNC President Margaret Spellings, has ignored a chancellor's plea to
WRAL.com Raleigh / Posted 18 days ago
has chided UNC President Margaret Spellings, has ignored a chancellor's plea to leave a pro bono legal center at the UNC School of Law alone and is weighing slashing the central administrative offices of the 17-campus UNC system. Spellings... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Tillis op-ed promotes NC tax reform as a model for federal actionon three simple principles: simplify the tax code, lower rates and broaden the
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 24 days ago
on three simple principles: simplify the tax code, lower rates and broaden the base." Kathleen Thomas, a professor at the UNC School of Law, said North Carolina used to have a progressive income tax, meaning that a higher income led to a higher... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Make the Center for Civil Rights a clinical project of the law schoolin any way. This policy effectively ends the work of the Center for Civil Right
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted a month ago
in any way. This policy effectively ends the work of the Center for Civil Rights and the legacy of Julius Chambers at UNC School of Law. Defenders of Civil Rights and the undersigned UNC student organizations and community partners condemn... Read more

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