UNC School of Law unveils portrait of civil rights champion, UNC alum Julius Chambers

was known during his life as a distinguished litigator and tireless champion of civil rights at state and local levels. Now, his portrait hangs prominently in the school where he earned his law degree. A portrait of Chambers was unveiled in the Rotunda of the UNC School of Law. Chambers was a notable alumnus of the school. (Daily Tar Heel)

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