It may be the lazy days of summertime but the faculty members of Charlotte Law are busy writing articles for law reviews and chapters for textbooks and practice guides for North Carolina law. We even have a professional advice columnist who is published each month in AALL (American Association of Law Libraries) Spectrum.
New faculty publications appear regularly in the Faculty Publications Display on the third floor of the law school near the elevators. Next time you step out on the third floor, be sure to take a look at the books and articles on display.
Curious about what your professor has published? Here is a comprehensive list of publications by our faculty.
Any faculty out there looking for research help with your scholarly writing? Check out the updated Faculty Liaison List and contact your Reference Librarian for assistance. You can also check out our Research and Scholarship: A Faculty Guide LibGuide for assistance in choosing scholarship topics, tips on how to become involved in conferences and symposiums, how to submit your work for publication and how to protect and understand your rights as an author. In addition, this guide is another place where you can find examples of your colleagues’ scholarship.
Please contact us if you would like to add your publication to the display case or to the LibGuide. We welcome your additions!
~Mary Susan Lucas~