Office of Legal Affairs

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Who We Are
What We Do
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News & Updates

  • 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:

    • Do You Have My Back?:  When Employees Are Legally Protected By the University and When They Are Not
      • Thursday, March 16 from 9-10:15 am
      • Friday room 155
      • Presented by Jeff Jensen, Senior Associate General Counsel
    • Recognizing and Responding to Civil Rights Concerns 
      • Thursday, April 6, from 9-10 am
      • CHHS 161
      • Presented by Sam Sears, Senior Associate General Counsel
  • For more information and to learn about upcoming training sessions, bookmark the Legal Affairs Training Sessions page.

  • In December 2016 the Office of Legal Affairs welcomed a new attorney, Samantha (Sam) Sears, to our office. Sam is Senior Associate General Counsel, and her practice primarily includes providing legal advice and counsel to Research & Economic Development and Academic Affairs. To learn more about Sam, read her biographical information here.

 


Who We Are

Organizational Chart
Attorneys
Compliance
Staff
  • Tina Dadio, University Public Records Officer and Legal Specialist

  • Melanie White, Executive Assistant to the Vice Chancellor and General Counsel


What We Do

OLA FAQ 
Legal Services
Legal Advice
Legal Topics

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: https://legal.uncc.edu/contact

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.