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  • School of Government seeks new faculty member to specialize in civil trials and contested hearings

    The UNC School of Government seeks to hire a tenure-track faculty member who will specialize in the procedural law that governs civil court actions and the practical aspects of conducting civil trials and contested hearings. Public officials, rather than degree-seeking students, are the principal audience for the School’s work. This position will be responsible for educating judicial officials (including judges, magistrates, and clerks of court), other court system actors, and state public officials on the law of North Carolina related to civil trials and contested hearings, including, for example, the Rules of Civil Procedure, the Rules of Evidence, contempt, recusal and judicial immunity, attorney fees, execution and other post-judgment process, and appellate procedure.

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