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Metcalf v. University of North Carolina: Dismissed

Several University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (“UNC”) student-athletes filed suit against UNC alleging they were coerced into taking “shadow curriculum” based on bogus classes. Additionally, the student-athletes argued they were blocked from receiving the education they were promised because coaches and administrators funneled them into “sham” courses offered by the Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies. UNC argued the case lacked merit and, further, argued UNC is immune from suit and the limitations period closed years ago. Ultimately, Superior Court Judge Robert Ervin agreed and dismissed the case.

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