Blog Posts: Thomas A. Kelley III (Tom)

Thomas A. Kelley III (Tom)

Community Development Law "CDL" Clinic

At this time each year, my Community Development Law (“CDL”) Clinic students receive their first client assignments – all community based nonprofit organizations – and begin planning initial interviews with the organizations’ stakeholders. As a teacher, I take great satisfaction in watching, and to a certain extent guiding, as the CDL students become comfortable with interviewing and counseling clients.
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Posted by Thomas A. Kelley III (Tom) on Thu. September 7, 2017 1:54 PM
Categories: Community Development Law Clinic

Prof. Tom Kelley Travels to Rwanda and South Africa with UNC students

With the exception of a few days in August, I have not been on U.S. soil since early June. 

Tom Kelley with students
Prof. Kelley with UNC undergraduate students on an excursion in the Malealea Valley in Lesotho.

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Posted by Thomas A. Kelley III (Tom) on Wed. December 9, 2015 1:55 PM
Categories: Service

Prof. Tom Kelley's Article on North Carolina Charter Schools is Highlighted

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Professor Tom Kelley of the Community Development Law Clinic recently published an article in the North Carolina Law Review on "North Carolina Charter Schools' (Non-?) Compliance with State and Federal Nonprofit Law."  It was highlighted in a post on PrawfsBlawg in November.
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Posted by Thomas A. Kelley III (Tom) on Tue. December 8, 2015 2:35 PM
Categories: Scholarship

Community Development Law Clinic: Case Work Developments

During the 2014-2015 academic year, Professors Tom Kelley and Judith Wegner supervised ten third-year law students.

The students represented twenty clients on a variety of legal matters. As has been the case in past years, these numbers do not reveal the full impact of the CDL Clinic’s work, since each of its clients provides services to numerous individuals and communities.


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Posted by Thomas A. Kelley III (Tom) on Thu. May 28, 2015 3:06 PM
Categories: Community Development Law Clinic

Prof. Tom Kelley's New Article on Epistemological Dissonance in a Recent Human Rights Case

Prof. Kelley in Niger

Prof. Tom Kelley has a new article published in the Quinnipiac Law Review, "Apples to Oranges: Epistemological Dissonance in the Human Rights Case, Hadijatou Mani v. Niger." It is available for free download (PDF).


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Posted by Thomas A. Kelley III (Tom) on Fri. June 13, 2014 4:16 PM
Categories: Community Development Law Clinic

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