The Clarence W. Walker North Carolina Area features primary and secondary legal materials from the state. Legal materials from North Carolina are collected in order to support the curriculum and the needs of the Law School's clinics, the local bar, and the community in researching N.C. law; and to participate with other law libraries in the state in preserving legal materials for North Carolina.
Primary sources include a set of the session laws, North Carolina Register and Administrative Code, and official and unofficial court reporters. A set of North Carolina General Statutes can be found in the State Codes collection nearby, and Shepard's Citations are found in the Oechler Reference Area. Secondary sources in this area include North Carolina Lawyers Weekly, subject treatises, and Strong's North Carolina Index; other secondary materials on North Carolina law can be found in the General Collection.
The area is named for alumnus Clarence W. Walker (LL.B. 1955).
The Walker North Carolina Area can be found in the library Reading Room, at stack numbers 53-58. View Level 3 map and description