Law and society in the south reconstructs eight pivotal legal disputes heard in north carolina courts between the 1830s and the 1970s and examines some of the most controversial issues of southern history including white supremacy and race relations the teaching of evolution in public schools and prohibition. History for over sixty five years the south carolina law review and its predecessor publications have chronicled legal education and scholarship in south carolina as the year book of the selden society then as the south carolina law quarterly and then the . The constitution of north carolina is the foremost source of state law legislation is enacted by the general assembly published in the north carolina session laws and codified in the north carolina general statutesstate agency regulations sometimes called administrative law are published in the north carolina register and codified in the north carolina administrative code. Court programs create pathways for resolving conflict in a less adversarial more effective way appellate reporter publishes the opinions of the supreme court and court of appeals about north carolina courts an overview of the court system for north carolina including resources for career opportunities publications and more. United states united states reconstruction and the new south 1865 1900 the original northern objective in the civil war was the preservation of the union a war aim with which virtually everybody in the free states agreed as the fighting progressed the lincoln government concluded that emancipation of the slaves was necessary in order to secure military victory and thereafter
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