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  • How would a ban on UNC's Center for Civil Rights affect the university's reputation?

    Protesters greeted members of a UNC Board of Governors committee before their meeting today in which they voted 5-1 to approve a proposal banning the UNC Center for Civil Rights from representing clients and litigating. Inside the meeting, major players debated the effect of the ban on UNC's reputation.

Protesters greeted members of a UNC Board of Governors committee before their meeting today in which they voted 5-1 to approve a proposal banning the UNC Center for Civil Rights from representing clients and litigating. Inside the meeting, major players debated the effect of the ban on UNC's reputation. Video by Casey Toth, Photo by Chris Seward Herald-Sun
Protesters greeted members of a UNC Board of Governors committee before their meeting today in which they voted 5-1 to approve a proposal banning the UNC Center for Civil Rights from representing clients and litigating. Inside the meeting, major players debated the effect of the ban on UNC's reputation. Video by Casey Toth, Photo by Chris Seward Herald-Sun

UNC law center has had a big impact in Halifax County

September 05, 2017 11:00 AM