News & Updates

NCCU School of Law Makes U.S. News’ “Most Popular” List

North Carolina Central University School of Law has been named one of the nation’s 10 “most popular” law schools in a ranking released by U.S. News & World Report this week. The listing is based on an analysis of admission yield — the percentage of students accepted by a school ...

Grovetta Gardineer ’87

Grovetta Gardineer ’87 was named Deputy Comptroller for Compliance Policy at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency in Washington.

Greensboro Alumni Reception

The Greensboro Alumni Reception was held on Thursday, March 24, 2011, at the Grandover Resort & Conference Center. The event was hosted by Charles Backmon ’88, Angela Newell Gray ’94, Hon. William K. Pete Hunter ’76, Joel Oakley ’86, and Joseph A. Williams ’76. After dinner, Dean Raymond C. Pierce ...

Craig Hemmens ’88

Craig Hemmens '88, a professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at Boise State University in Boise, Idaho, recently published Legal Guide for Police, Ninth Edition: Constitutional Issues. [caption id="attachment_6683" align="alignleft" width="100" caption="Craig Hemmens '88"][/caption]

NCCU Law Moot Court Board Competes in the Luke Charles Moore Invitational

On February 25-26, 2011, NCCU School of Law Moot Court Board Members, Preston Mitchum and Latoya Love, competed in the Luke Charles Moore Invitational (LCMI) at Howard University School of Law. LCMI is one of the few civil rights moot court competitions in the country. Participants have the opportunity to argue ...

NCCU Law Honored at ABA 4th Circuit Conference

The American Bar Association held its 4th Circuit Spring Meeting this past weekend in Williamsburg, Va. Law Schools in the 4th Circuit include those located in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. 3L LaKeisha Randall (NCCU Law SBA Parliamentarian/ABA Representative) and 2L T. Greg Doucette (NCCU Law SBA ...

2011 Native American Law Student Association Moot Court Team

Roger Locklear and Amy Crowe (pictured with Dean Wendy Scott) participated in the Annual National Native American Law Student Association (NALSA) Moot Court Competition in New York City at Columbia Law School, February 24-27, 2011. They are the first team from NCCU School of Law and from any law school ...

Gov. Bev Perdue appoints Craig Croom a Special Superior Court Judge

Craig Croom '94, a Wake County district court judge for more than a decade, has been given a new job by the governor. Governor Beverly Perdue appointed Croom a Special Superior Court Judge. [caption id="attachment_3078" align="alignleft" width="116" caption="Craig Croom '94"]...