The letter from the N.C. Pork Council is part of the file the UNC system’s Board of Governors is considering as it weighs whether to tell law-school centers and institutes to stop representing clients in legal matters.
The letter from the N.C. Pork Council is part of the file the UNC system’s Board of Governors is considering as it weighs whether to tell law-school centers and institutes to stop representing clients in legal matters. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
The letter from the N.C. Pork Council is part of the file the UNC system’s Board of Governors is considering as it weighs whether to tell law-school centers and institutes to stop representing clients in legal matters. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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