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UNC School of Government

Public Law for the Public's Lawyers

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The course Public Law for the Public's Lawyers (PLPL) addresses issues relevant to attorneys who work in state government.

Topics for 2018 include:

  • Civil Case Update
  • Criminal Case Update
  • Legislative Updates
  • Ethics (2.0 hours)
  • Update on Redistricting
  • Grants Management: Legal Update and Practice Tips
  • Umstead Act Overview
  • Free Speech and Public Records
  • Standards of Review in Administrative Cases
  • Sovereign Immunity

Who should attend

Members of the legislative staff, as well as other lawyers working for and with the state, local government, and the university system; enrollment is limited to 150, and preference will be given to members of the legislative staff and other state and local employees.


Aimee Wall joined the School of Government in 2001. Her work in the area of social services law focuses on agency organization and governance, confidentiality of social services information, adult protective services, and public assistance programs. In the animal control law field, she works with...


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