Daily Archives: July 17, 2013

First Year Law Students, A Civil Action and Procedural Justice

I am very excited about our incoming 1L class to Carolina Law.  As the chair of the admissions committee this past year, I had the opportunity to speak with many of our admitted students, and they are a bright, dynamic, … Continue reading

Posted in Advocacy, Books, Clinical Legal Education, Environmental Injustice, Law Schools, Law Students | 1 Comment

Worse than Making Sausages

When I first moved to North Carolina nine years ago, I remember being shocked when I learned that juvenile court jurisdiction ended at age 16 for all purposes and with no exceptions.  This means that if your 16-year-old son or … Continue reading

Posted in Adult Court, Juvenile Court, Legal Scholarship, North Carolina, State Laws | 3 Comments