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Business & Economy
7:42 am
Thu April 18, 2013

Missing: Diversity On NC Corporate Boards

A new study shows large corporate boards in North Carolina are less diverse than the boards of Fortune 100 companies. 

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Education
1:17 pm
Mon April 15, 2013

Fewer People Are Applying To Law School

UNC School of Law
Credit Steve Exum, UNC School of Law

Many law schools across the country have experienced a drop in applications over the past two years.  Officials say rising tuition and a shaky job market are contributing to the decline. 

“Applications this year, reflecting kind of a national trend are down to about 1,510 from 2,300 last year, that's about a 35 percent drop,” says Jack Boger, dean of the UNC School of Law. “A lot of law schools experienced that kind of drop a year ago; we didn't at that point, but the national trend has caught up with us.”

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Politics & Government
6:05 am
Tue November 6, 2012

"Election Protection" Hotline At UNC Law

There’s a toll-free, non-partisan election hotline available for voters with Election Day questions or problems.

Leoneda Inge:  Faculty and staff at UNC’s law school will be fielding calls as part of the national advocacy protection initiative called “Election Protection.” The number to call is – 1-866-OUR-VOTE.  Elizabeth Haddix is senior staff attorney at the UNC Law Center for Civil Rights.  She expects a lot of calls.

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Politics & Government
2:10 pm
Mon May 7, 2012

Legal Scholars On The Amendment

Advocates are furiously trying to sway undecided voters in the last day before a decision is made on a constitutional amendment that would ban gay marriage and civil union.

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