National Trial Competition Team Advances to Nationals

College of Law students Carly Halpin L’16, J. Joe Gattuso L’17, and Cory Schoonmaker L’16 advanced to the National Round for National Trial Competition following the New York Regional held this past weekend.

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Durham, NC Alumni Dinner with Interim Dean Banks

Join fellow alumni in the Raleigh-Durham area for dinner with Interim Dean and Professor of Law William C. Banks. More»

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Professor Snyder Comments on Possible Terrorism Charges in Samy Hamzeh Case

Visiting Assistant Professor of Law William Snyder recently comments to the Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel on a domestic terrorism case and whether federal terrorism charges can be applied.

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Professor Helfman Writes About Hip Hop, Dubstep, History, and Hamilton

Associate Professor of Law Tara Helfman has contributed an article on the current Broadway play, Hamilton, to Commentary magazine.

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Katherine K. Martin L'99

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that Katherine K. Martin A&S ‘97, L’99 has been named Associate Director in its Office of International Affairs.As Associate Director, Ms. Martin will oversee the development of the SEC’s policy on cross-border regulatory matters, including its participation in multilateral standard-setting bodies and its bilateral dialogues with foreign authorities. Ms. Martin has served in various roles at the SEC for more than a decade.

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Five Reasons Why Students Go To Law School

Since our founding in 1895, we've provided more than 9,000 students with an outstanding legal education that paves the way for success in the legal field and beyond. Over the years, we've found that our students' decision to pursue a law degree usually stems from one or more of the five factors listed below. If you've been considering law school, do any of these sound familiar?

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Featured Faculty

Shubha Ghosh

Crandall Melvin Professor of Law; Director of the Technology Commercialization Law Program

Professor Ghosh serves as Director of the Technology Law Program and as Crandall Melvin Professor of Law after nearly twenty years of law school teaching. His focus is on the development and commercialization of technology as a means of promoting economic and social development. He has written extensively on pharmaceutical patents, parallel importation, antitrust law, commercialization and other… More»

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