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News & Updates

Legal Affairs Training Sessions

New in 2017, the Office of Legal Affairs is offering monthly open training sessions to UNC Charlotte staff and faculty on a variety of legal topics. Upcoming sessions:

  • "But I Posted It on My Personal Page!": Limits to Free Speech for Faculty and Staff in the Social Media Age
    • Wednesday, May 24, from 9-10:15am
    • CHHS 147
    • Presented by Catherine Mitchell, Assistant General Counsel
  • FERPA Refresher 
    • Wednesday, June 14, from 9-10:15 am
    • CHHS 147
    • Presented by Jesh Humphrey, General Counsel, and Olga Pogorelsky, Associate Registrar for Operations
  • Public Records Refresher 
    • Wednesday, July 19, from 12-1:15 pm
    • CHHS 147
    • Presented by Tina Dadio, University Public Records Officer

For more information and to learn about upcoming training sessions, bookmark the Legal Affairs Training Sessions page.​

New! Attorney Practice Areas web page

While all the attorneys in the Office of Legal Affairs are generalists, each attorney has specific subject areas in which he or she regularly practices. The practice areas linked from the new Attorney Practice Areas page provide brief descriptions of those practice areas, divide those practice areas into sub-categories, and indicate the attorneys in the Office of Legal Affairs that are best suited to provide legal advice in those areas, including a primary attorney designation in each sub-category. 

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What We Do

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Contact Information

The Office of Legal Affairs is located on the 3rd floor of Cato Hall (see #48 on the Campus Map).  The OLA may be contacted online by clicking here:

Office of Legal Affairs
UNC Charlotte
9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28223-0001

Phone: 704‑687‑5732;  FAX: 704‑687‑1673

Website Information

The materials and information on the Office of Legal Affairs website are presented for informational and general guidance purposes only and should not be relied upon as direct legal advice. The information on this website will be revised from time to time as appropriate, but references to law or policy may not always be current.