As one of the 50 states in the United States of America, North
7 law schools that have national reputation. Check
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and counties in the state of North Carolina. By clicking on links to each
city, you can find high schools, colleges, and universities within
Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A. ; J.D./M.T.I.M.
Student activities: Campbell Law Review is a student publication
of scholarly writings on current legal topics. Participation on the
Campbell Law Review is by invitation. Campbell Law Observer is a
monthly student publication staffed by 50 student writers and
editors reporting on recent state and federal court opinions.
Students can choose to participate in 23 other student
Address: 225 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, NC 27603
Joint degrees awarded: N/A
Student activities: CharlotteLaw provides meaningful opportunities
for student involvement. We have over 20 student organizations which
offer a wide range of experience for student participation. In
addition to publishing a journal, the Charlotte Law Review sponsors
an annual symposium. Other co-curricular programs include moot court
and trial advocacy teams that participate on both the regional and
Address: 201 South College Street, Charlotte, NC 28244
Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.A. Cultural Anthropology; J.D./M.A.
East Asian Studies; J.D./M.A. Environmental Sci./Policy; J.D./M.A.
Economics; J.D./M.A. History; J.D./M.A. Humanities; J.D./LL.M Int'l
and Comparative Law; J.D/.M.B.A.; J.D./M.D.; J.D./M.S. Engineering;
J.D./M.P.P. ; J.D./M.T.S. ; J.D./M.A. Philosophy; J.D./M.A.
Political Science; J.D./M.A. Public Policy Studies; J.D./M.A.
Psychology; J.D./M.S. Biomedical Engineering; J.D./M.A. Romance
Studies; J.D./M.A. Sociology; J.D./M.A. Religion; J.D./M.A. English;
J.D./Ph.D History; J.D./Ph.D Political Science; J.D./M.A.
Literature; J.D./M.A. In Art & Art History; J.D./M.S. in Cell /
Molecular Biology; L.L.M. International and Comparative Law; L.L.M.
U S Law for International student; SJD Research
Student activities: Encouraged by the Duke Blueprint to LEAD,
students take ownership of their legal education and community
through nine law journals, a moot court program successful in the
most prestigious competition, a student government that won
back-to-back awards for leadership, annual leadership and public
interest retreats, more than 50 active organizations, and half the
students in pro bono placements.
Address: 210 Science Drive, Durham, NC 27708
Joint degrees awarded: N/A
Student activities: The Elon Law Review, moot court teams, Amnesty
International, Black Law Students Association, Business Law
Association, Delta Theta Phi, Law School Democrats and Republicans,
Federalist Society, Innocence Project, International Law Society,
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, Jewish Law Students Association,
Outlaw, Public Interest Law Society, and Women in Law Society.
Address: 201 North Greene Street, Greensboro, NC 27401
Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./M.L.S.
Student activities: On campus and off campus co-curricular
competitions allow NCCU School of Law students to develop and hone
verbal, written, and practical skills, often while earning academic
credit. NCCU trial advocacy, moot court, negotiation, and client
counseling teams have received national recognition through success
at regional and national competitions. The School offers two
co-curricular law journals.
Address: 1801 Fayetteville St, Durham, NC 27707
Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./M.P.A.; J.D./M.P.P.;
J.D./M.P.H.; J.D./M.R.P.; J.D./M.S.W.; J.D./M.L.S.; J.D./M.I.S.;
Student activities: There are 55 student organizations and 5
student-edited journals: the NC Law Review; First Amendment Law
Review; NC Banking Institute Journal; NC Journal of International
Law & Commercial Regulation; & NC Journal of Law & Technology. Moot
court & trial experiences are provided by the Holderness Moot Court
Program; the J. Braxton Craven Memorial Moot Court Competition & the
UNC Trial Academy.
Address: 160 Ridge Rd Ste 3380, Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./M.A.; J.D./MDiv
Student activities: Wake Forest has two student-run publications:
The Wake Forest Law Review and The Wake Forest Intellectual Property
Law Journal. Moot Court also plays a vital role in our co-curricular
offerings, sponsoring intraschool competitions and preparing teams
for intercollegiate competitions. We also encourage a wide variety
of extracurricular clubs and organizations, ranging from social to
Address: 1834 Wake Forest Rd, Winston-Salem, NC
Before you can study in any of the above
7 law programs in
North Carolina, you will need to take the Law School Admissions Test. Try
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testing centers in North Carolina. The exam dates throughout the year are
also provided on the site.
North Carolina Overview
North Carolina, a state of the
Southeastern United States; 136,000 km2, 9.7
million residents (2011), of which 22% are
black. Capital: Raleigh (404,000 residents). Joined the
Constitution in 1789 as the 12th State. Nickname: The
Tar Heel State.
The state's economic and population center of gravity is found in
the central city belt, which extends along the main road from
Raleigh and Durham in the east to Greensboro and Winston-Salem in
the west. Outside the city belt lies, among other
things. Asheville and Charlotte (largest city with 594,000
inhabitants) and the port city of Wilmington in the SE. In addition,
the state has a large rural population that has had a limited share
of economic growth in recent decades. Widespread poverty is found
among smallholder farmers and Native American minorities in the
western mountain areas. North Carolina is one of the United States'
largest producers of tobacco and peanuts, which, together with soy,
pork and poultry, form the basis of a significant food and beverage
industry; known is the cigarette giant Reynolds Tobacco Co. in
Winston-Salem. Other raw materials industries are the timber and
furniture industry (forests cover about 60% of the area) as well as
the textile and clothing industry. Unlike these low-wage industries,
which, like the rest of the business community, generally employ
unorganized labor, a large number of high-tech research industries
(electronics, biomedicine, etc.) exist. The largest is the
concentration in The Research Triangle Park, which since
its inception in 1959 has been based on close collaboration between
private companies and the universities of Raleigh, Durham and Chapel
The terrain consists of a central, approx. 300 km wide and
200-500 m high hillside bounded on the east by a wide coastal plain
and on the west by the southern Appalachians (Mt. Mitchell, 2037
m). The climate is rainy and subtropical except for the high
mountain areas. The sights include the Great Smoky
Mountains National Park and the protected land tangles at Cape
Hatteras and Cape Lookout in the Atlantic.
The first English colony in North America was established in 1585
on Roanoke Island; however, like others, it was abandoned later and
it was not until the 1650s that permanent colonies were
established. After North Carolina withdrew from Britain in 1776, the
western territories that became Tennessee were abandoned. North
Carolina stood on the side of the South during the American Civil
War 1861-65; after the war and the abolition of slavery, the large
tobacco plantations were transformed into fortifications. Most of
the original residents, the Cherokee, were already
relocated to Oklahoma in the 1830s.