News & Updates

NCCU Law Students Awarded Judge Thomas M. Moore Scholarships

Three NCCU Law students, Diane Carter (class of 2013), Matthew Ceradini (class of 2013), and Brent Smith (class of 2012), have been awarded Judge Thomas M. Moore Scholarships to attend the Eastern Bankruptcy Institute in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in June 2012.  The Eastern Bankruptcy Institute is the premier professional ...

PACER

PACER stands for Public Access to Court Electronic Records, and it is the main portal for filing and accessing United States district and circuit court records. PACER, however, is not free. Current PACER charges are ten cents a page with a cap at $3.00 a document, but the cap has ...

Gary Henderson ’99 Wins Primary Election

Gary Henderson '99, was successful in winning the May 8th primary election and being one of the top two candidates (five candidates were in the race) to move on to the general election.  Henderson is a candidate for District Court Judge in Mecklenburg County.

William S. Eubanks, II ’07 Invited to Join the Faculty of American University’s Washington College of Law

William S. Eubanks II, '07, was recently invited to join the faculty of the Washington College of Law at American University as an Adjunct Associate Professor of Law.  He will teach a course on environmental law and agricultural policy.  Eubanks is also an Adjunct Professor of Law at Vermont Law ...

Summer Library Hours

The Law Library will be observing the following schedule this summer: Library Hours Reference Desk Hours Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday & Sunday: Closed Wednesday, Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Exceptions Reference Desk Exceptions May 8 - 20: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 7 - 18: ...

New Library Titles for May

The Law Library has added more great resources to its collection!  Faculty, students and staff can find new materials covering all areas of the legal environment - from the history of copyright in Hollywood to resources for drafting a social media policy.  Two new resources you may want to check ...

Oneshia Herring ’10 Joins the Center for Responsible Lending

Oneshia Herring ’10 has joined the Center for Responsible Lending as Legislative Counsel. The Center for Responsible Lending (CRL) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that works to protect home ownership and family wealth by fighting abusive lending practices toward low-income persons and people of color. Prior to joining CRL, ...

Finals and Your Library

Finals are here and the law library is open to students around the clock. Don't forget, we offer study aids, like flash cards and Q&As, to help you succeed! While you are here studying, we ask that you follow a few rules to keep the library clean and protect our valuable ...