News & Updates

Chandler Vatavuk ’07 Named One of Ten Outstanding Young Americans of 2012

Chandler Vatavuk, '07,  has been named as one of the Ten Outstanding Young Americans (TOYA) of 2012 by the Jaycees.  The TOYA Award, which recognizes those ages 18 to 40 who exemplify the best our country offers, have included John F. Kennedy, Gerald Ford, and Bill Clinton.  Vatavuk's  work as ...

LaKeisha Randall ’11 Accepts Senior Law Clerk Position

LaKeisha Randall '11,  accepted the  position of Senior Law Clerk at the Municipal Court for the City of Atlanta, where she will support all seven judges of the court.  Ms. Randall has also recently published her first article through the American Bar Association's (ABA) litigation section, and is writing a ...

A Research Assistant’s Perspective on Working in the Law Library

This summer, the Law Library has been fortunate to have student workers help with various projects. Tracy Moore, one of our student workers, has taken some time to tell about her Law Library experience as a Research Assistant for the Law Library: "My summer experience working with the Law Library staff ...

Foster ’88 Named Treasurer of the Macon Bar Association

Congratulations to Ira Foster, class of 1988, who was nominated and sworn in as the 2012-2013 treasurer of the Macon Bar Association in May 2012.

Volunteering at the Law Library

This summer, the Law Library had student volunteers come and assist with various projects. Volunteer Michella Levandoski has taken some time to give a brief overview of her law library experience: This summer, I volunteered as a student assistant at the North Carolina Central University School of Law Library.   I was ...

Welcome to Phyliss Craig-Taylor, New Dean of NCCU School of Law

North Carolina Central University welcomes the new dean of the School of Law, Phyliss Craig-Taylor. Craig-Taylor most recently served as associate dean for academics at Charlotte School of Law in Charlotte. Assuming the dean’s office marks a return to NCCU for Craig-Taylor, who served as a law ...

Updated North Carolina Resources and New Library Resources

This month the Law Library has updated several North Carolina specific resources and added many other new resources to its collection.  Three of these resources are designed to help students and practitioners alike with the intricacies of North Carolina criminal law and practice. Maitri “Mike” Klinkosum, North Carolina Criminal Defense Motions ...