The top law schools in North Carolina may not have many students with disabilities, but they’re pretty good at attracting the best and brightest students.
The Charlotte Observer reports that the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, a historically black school with over 7,000 students, has more than 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students who have completed their bachelor’s degree.
The university has over 3,000 residents who are certified in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and optometry.
The school’s enrollment is growing and is expected to double by 2020.
It has over 1,300 employees who earn more than $100,000 annually, and has more on-campus housing than any other law school in the state.
The Observer notes that many of the students come from middle and upper-class families who have a history of supporting black law schools.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, a traditionally black school, is one of only a handful of schools in the country with students with special needs.
The city of Chattanooga also has a large population of students with autism spectrum disorders.
According to the University Of Tennessee, the school is home to the world’s largest autism research program and has trained more than 150,000 people with autism to assist with their studies.
According a 2016 study, the average tuition for the first year at the University is $2,979.
The law school has a number of special interests.
The student body includes the nation’s first-ever Black American Law School graduates.
According the school’s website, the students are “represented in the U.S. Congress, the U, T, the Supreme Court, the United States Senate, the NAACP, the American Civil Liberties Union of Tennessee, and the UTA.
The students also participate in the University’s alumni organizations, including the American Law Institute, the Southern Coalition for Law Enforcement Education, the Legal Services for Persons with Disabilities, and other community organizations.”
The school also has programs for the homeless, veterans, students with intellectual disabilities, and students with low-income backgrounds.
According for the Observer, the University also has special programs for veterans.
There are also a number for students who are active in the LGBTQIA community, students who want to work with youth, and LGBTQIA+ students.
Students can also enroll in the Student Leadership Program, which is designed for students of color.
The state has a total of 9,904 students enrolled in the school, which has a population of about 2,500.
The paper also notes that there are also “several scholarships available for students from a wide range of backgrounds,” including students from the Caribbean, Asian-American, Latino, Native American, and many others.
There is also a scholarship for students to take courses in law, including English, history, and law at the law school.
There have been some reports that students have been given the option of transferring to another school in order to pursue their education, and it appears that students may have to do this if they don’t like the school.
The newspaper reports that in 2016, the student body voted in favor of a resolution that stated, “We strongly believe that our students should have a choice and are committed to providing them with the best possible education for their goals and aspirations.”
The resolution went on to state that the school “will ensure that its student body is inclusive of students of all backgrounds and sexual orientations, and will continue to strive to foster a more diverse and inclusive environment for all students, regardless of their background or identity.”
While it is unlikely that students will be able to transfer to another law school, they will be given the opportunity to work and live in Charlotte, the Observer notes.