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Charlotte School of Law Pro Bono Project Holds First Expunction & Reentry Community Workshop

Twenty-two Charlotte School of Law students provided a pro bono community workshop on Saturday, November 15, 2014 through the Expunction & Reentry Project.  This project is one of many students can participate in through a wide variety of experiential education clinics. 187 more words

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Professor Rick McDermott Recognized as "Charlottean of the Year" for Volunteerism

Professor Rick McDermott has been an adjunct at CSL since our early years, teaching intellectual property curriculum, advising both our intellectual property law society and our LBGT student group, and recently coaching a team to a victory in an intellectual property law competition.   86 more words

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From Persecution to Vindication: My Inspiration to Attend Law School—Part III

By: Joshua Valentine

Earlier this week I summarized just two of the custody cases that members of our church endured and the legal issues that arose from them.  572 more words

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Charlotte School of Law Student Team Wins Negotiation Invitational

Charlotte School of Law students Christopher Bryant and Susan Patroski won first place in the inaugural Negotiation Invitation hosted by William & Mary School of Law November 15-16, 2014. 144 more words

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From Persecution to Vindication: My Inspiration to Attend Law School—Part II

By: Joshua Valentine

The Legal Battles

Each persecution, investigation, and legal battle that my church incurred arose from disgruntled members who left the church and lied extensively about the church practices and beliefs.  731 more words

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From Persecution to Vindication: My Inspiration to Attend Law School—Part I

By: Joshua Valentine

“If you don’t sign this paper that you will stop praying for your children, we will be back by eight o’clock tomorrow morning to take all the children in your Christian school.”  These were the words of a Department of Social Services’ (DSS) worker to my pastor, when I was only nine years of age.  654 more words

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Voter Identification Laws: Necessary to prevent against voter fraud? Or necessary to prevent Democrats from voting?

The right to vote appears 5 times in the United States Constitution – more than any other right prescribed in the Constitution. [i] Until recently, one of the questions a person had to answer in order to become a naturalized citizen of the U.S. 1,112 more words

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