Mark Dorosin, former managing attorney of the UNC Center for Civil Rights, left, in August protested the UNC system’s move ban the center from doing legal work and has now, with fellow lawyer Elizabeth Haddix, launched the independent Julius L. Chambers Center for Civil Rights.
Mark Dorosin, former managing attorney of the UNC Center for Civil Rights, left, in August protested the UNC system’s move ban the center from doing legal work and has now, with fellow lawyer Elizabeth Haddix, launched the independent Julius L. Chambers Center for Civil Rights. Grace Turner
Mark Dorosin, former managing attorney of the UNC Center for Civil Rights, left, in August protested the UNC system’s move ban the center from doing legal work and has now, with fellow lawyer Elizabeth Haddix, launched the independent Julius L. Chambers Center for Civil Rights. Grace Turner

Fired UNC Center for Civil Rights lawyers aren’t unemployed for long

December 18, 2017 06:00 AM