About the Carolina Law Scholarship Repository
The Carolina Law Scholarship Repository collects, organizes, and makes documents related to the study and practice of law available to the public. The repository is a service of the Kathrine R. Everett Law Library and is managed and maintained by law library staff. Documents in the repository are a part of the bepress Digital Commons Network.
The Carolina Law community produces a wide breadth of research and scholarship, much of which is collected in the repository or which will be collected in the repository in the near future. The repository also hosts many digital collections created by law library staff
The repository collects full-text PDF copies of articles from student-produced law journals affiliated with the law school:
- The North Carolina Law Review
- The North Carolina Banking Institute
- The North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology
- The North Carolina Journal of International Law and
- The First Amendment Law Review
The repository is beginning to collect works produced by Carolina law faculty members. The types of works include published articles and will eventually include working papers and research data.
A gallery of faculty members whose work is represented in the repository is also available on our site and is integrated with profiles on the bepress Selected Works platform for Carolina Law.
The repository also houses digital collections of unique, legally significant documents related to the history and mission of the UNC School of Law or to legal practice in the state. Among these are:
Additional digital collections produced by the law library can be found in the Special Collections section of the law library website.
Answers to frequently asked questions may be found on our FAQ page. Any additional questions about the repository should be directed to the repository manager.