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Charlotte School of Law: Unlocking Human Potential

The Charlotte School of Law has an overriding purpose: to unlock human potential. Our immediate task is to educate students, in particular so that they can succeed in law school, on the bar examination, and in their chosen careers. 621 more words

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Free Online Resources: Tax Season -- Freedom of Information Act “FOIA” Electronic Reading Rooms Part 2: Internal Revenue Service IRS

Charlotte Law Library continues a series of blogs about FOIA Electronic Reading Rooms available for free on the web.

Before you make that FOIA request, check if the information is available in the FOIA Reading Rooms on the internet.  333 more words

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North Carolina Local Government Contracting: Quick Reference and Related Statutes

A quick reference for the contracting, bidding, and property disposal requirements applicable to North Carolina local governments, this publication provides general guidance to public officials and others interested in the public contracting process. 101 more words

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Dean Smith: Our Loss.

Grit, tenacity, perseverance. We talk with our students at Charlotte School of Law about these qualities a lot. Dean Smith personified these characteristics and others. For more than 40 years, he coached. 282 more words

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Holmes and Jobs: Lessons for and about Charlotte School of Law

Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. noted that “[t]he best test of truth is the power of the thought to get itself accepted in the competition of the market.”  Abrams v. 448 more words

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JD Career Fit: Equipping Students for Long-term Career Success

On Saturday, February 7, 2015 the Center for Professional Development (CPD) of Charlotte School of Law  hosted Session 1 of its innovative workshops geared toward cultivating the practical, or ‘soft’ skills needed to be successful in the law profession.  202 more words

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