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Why Entrepreneurs Need a Feasibility Study before a Business Plan

By: Kathy S. Magee

Successful entrepreneurs are often described as tenacious, passionate, flexible, and natural risk-takers.[1]  They are visionary thinkers, confident, and tolerate ambiguity.  Even if an entrepreneur possesses all of these character qualities, a successful business venture requires a viable business concept and a realistic plan. 581 more words

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Student Team Advances to Quarterfinals in Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Competition

The Charlotte School of Law Black Law Students Association (BLSA) trial team advanced to the quarterfinals in the Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Competition held in Columbia, South Carolina. 217 more words

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Professor Turowski Published in Renowned National Journal

One of our highly esteemed professors, Professor Carol Turowski, was recently published in The Champion.  The Champion is the renowned journal of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers’ (NACDL).   196 more words

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EEOC Cracks Down on Consideration of Criminal Convictions in Hiring

By: Gabrielle Valentine

While reducing recidivism has been the driving force behind the Ban the Box initiative, the Enforcement Guidance on the Consideration of Arrest and Conviction Records in Employment Decisions under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964… 808 more words

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Public Education: A Right Entitled to All

By: Brandon Pierce

Today was the day: Kevin’s first day of school.  Ten years old, gifted, and sitting with his pencil in hand—Kevin was ready.  The teacher came before the class and gave the instructions for the first assignment: 905 more words

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Queens City Invitational Mock Trial Tournament - January 24-25, 2015

Charlotte School of Law & UNCC | Charlotte, NC | January 24-25, 2015

The Charlotte School of Law and the University of North Carolina, Charlotte are collaborating in the 1st Annual Queens City Invitational Mock Trial Tournament! 73 more words

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A Group of Law Students’ First Asylum Case

By: Andres Salazar, Elham Rabiei, Maria Minis, and Tareva Marshall, Immigration Clinic Members

As law students, we all hear the same lecture from our professors: “Law school is not like the legal practice.”  One way to better understand the demands of legal practice is to participate in a legal clinic.  1,836 more words

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