Frequently Asked Questions


How do I view and download PDF files from the repository?

Web browsers may have different configurations for handling PDF files, but in general, you should be presented with the option of either viewing or downloading the PDF file, or with the option of doing both. All PDF files in the repository have been put through the process of optical character recognition (or OCR), which means you will be able to conduct a basic exact-match word search within the file.

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Is there a fee associated with viewing any documents on the repository?

No, there is no fee associated with viewing documents on the repository. The repsoitory is a service of the Kathrine R. Everett Law Library and is a free and open access repository. You can learn more about the repository by visiting our About page.

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Can I post documents to the repository?

At this time, the repository is only capable of being updated or added to by law library staff. While many bepress law repositories allow faculty members or student journal editors to manage works in the repository, we do not yet have the capability to extend such an option to the Carolina Law community.

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How do I suggest materials for inclusion in the repository?

To suggest materials for inclusion in the repository, please contact the repository manager or Julie Kimbrough, the law library's deputy director.

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What should I do if I find an error in the repository?

If you find an error in the repository, please tell us! In reporting the error, please send an email to the repository manager with as much detail as possible about the error, including a link to the page containing the error, if possible. We will do our best to have the error checked and corrected within two business days.

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