Learn About UNC School of Law’s
Campaign for Carolina
In 1951, five African-American law school students desegregated the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Defending black students’ education rights was Julius Chamber’s first landmark case, but certainly not his last.
"Clinical education geared to organizational clients is important to large numbers of our students."
“We believe strongly that education is the key to opportunity, economic mobility and a life well-lived.”
After earning both his undergraduate and law degree at Carolina, Rick Magee ’83 went on to rise high in his firm and then become in-house counsel.