The Duke University law school didn’t sit a lot of graduates for July’s North Carolina bar examination, but just about every Blue Devil who took the test passed it. Overall, 23 of 24 graduates — including two repeat test-takers — ...Read More »
It is awaited with great anticipation each March. The colleges are ranked, sorted and pitted against each other in competition, with potential recruits following the action closely. No, it’s not the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. It’s the annual release of ...Read More »
UNC law professor Don Hornstein rejects the idea that law teachers can achieve success without dedicating much time to teaching. “Not here you can’t,” he said. “We factor teaching in absolutely. We’ve refused to bring people in if they were ...
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Three Campbell Law School professors argue that while Amendment One is not written as well as it could have been, courts are more likely to interpret it in a way that minimizes changes to the state’s family law.Read More »