As previously posted, a digital version of the North Carolina Pattern Jury Instructions (NCPJI) is available in an HTML format on-campus at UNC and off-campus to students and faculty with an ONYEN and password. In addition, the NCPJI are publicly available online as a series of individual PDFs on the School of Government website. Links to both formats are available under the heading “State Materials” on the UNC law library’s legal databases page.
The State Library of North Carolina has made available digital versions of volumes 1 - 345 of the North Carolina Reports, the publication of the state's Supreme Court cases.
The digital version of the North Carolina Pattern Jury Instructions (NCPJI) is now live campus-wide. UNC faculty and students can also access NCPJI from anywhere they have an internet connection, by using the library link and their Onyen & password.
Law students, you are heavily using our print study aids. Bravo. But don't forget that this year we also have a large online collection through Westlaw Digital Study Aids (WDSA). They have many advantages over print.
Need a charge? The law library now has Apple & Android device charging cords to lend.
The World Digital Library is a new initiative of the Library of Congress in partnership with nearly 200 museums and libraries around the world. This growing online collection is intended to make available high-quality PDF versions of significant historical works of art and literature.