News & Updates

NCCU Law Hosts the Rule of Law Conference

North Carolina Central University School of Law hosted the World Justice Project Rule of Law Conference on February 10, 2012. Attendees at the Conference included a number of exciting individuals from collegiate institutions around the state.  The colleges included, North Carolina State University, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, ...

Help the Law Library, Win an Applebee’s Gift Card

The Law Library is conducting its annual student survey this week and next.  Please help us by taking a few minutes to fill out a brief survey.  Participants can enter into a drawing for a $15 Applebee's Gift Card.  Survey responses and names are stored separately, so all survey responses ...

NCCU Law to Host Eagle Empowerment Series

North Carolina Central University School of Law will host the Eagle Empowerment Series, “Social Networking, Cyber-Bullying and Your Rights,” from 6 to 7:15 p.m. on Thursday, March 8, in the Turner Law Building. In the session, panelists will discuss the ins and outs of social media and the legalities that can ...

NCCU Law to Host “Breaking the Silence” Series on Domestic Violence

North Carolina Central University School of Law will host a “Breaking the Silence” series on domestic violence, presenting topics of interest to students and the broader community. Domestic violence impacts not only the victims, but also families, friends and loved ones. Ethan's Law In the first session, entitled “Ethan’s Law,”  Effie Steele ...

Learning The Bluebook

Looking for more practice learning The Bluebook?  Elon University Law Library has come up with a unique way to help you understand the rules if you are a beginning Bluebooker.  Currently, they have short video tutorials to help with understanding the components of a case citation and common errors.  These ...

U.S. Presidential Library: HeinOnline

Did this past President's Day make you curious about the Executive Branch? Would you like to do some research on U.S. Presidents, but don't know where to look? The U.S. Presidential Library in HeinOnline is an excellent starting place. Contents include Messages and Papers of the Presidents, Public ...

Introduction to E-Resources Workshop

Did you know that members of the North Carolina Bar Association receive a free subscription to  Casemaker? Did you know that HeinOnline provides access to 1,400 legal periodicals? Did you know that  Bloomberg BNA has information for a range of legal practice areas, such as tax, labor, and environmental law? The ...

Nikeisha Vandecruise Jordan ’10 and Anissa Graham-Davis ’10 Launch New Practice

Nikeisha Vandecruise Jordan and Anissa Graham-Davis offer legal services in the areas of bankruptcy, personal injury, traffic, worker's compensation and mediation in Wake, Durham, Orange and Johnson counties.  Read more about the firm at Graham-Davis & Jordan, PLLC.

Professor Timothy Peterkin to be Keynote Speaker

Professor Timothy J. Peterkin will be the Keynote Speaker at the Annual Martin Luther King Breakfast hosted by various community organizations in Alexandria, Virginia on Saturday, February 25, 2012. The theme this year is "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - A Mentor Through ...

Use LibGuides to help you research for your papers!

If you need help conducting your research, don't forget to check out our LibGuides! LibGuides are always available 24/7 at http://ncculaw.libguides.nccu.edu. LibGuides are research guides that are available for your use no matter if you are at home or here at school.  These guides are created by the ...