News & Updates

New Titles about Women in the Law

If you are interested in reading about women in the legal system, the Law Library recently added three new titles that may peak your interest.  They cover topics such as women as judges, the role of women in various global legal systems, and feminist theories on topics such as gender ...

Bloomberg Law Table September 26

Bloomberg Law is the Law Library's newest legal research platform. Bloomberg Law has access to a variety of legal content, including case law, transactional law resources, and state and federal dockets. If you are interested in learning more about Bloomberg Law or you would like to sign up, stop by ...

Law Library Secondary Sources

Secondary sources are those that comment on or give guidance to the law. The Law Library has asked our Reference Assistant, Tracy Moore, to discuss her favorite secondary source. For those seeking to understand a new or complex area of law, I recommend law review and journal articles. Law reviews and ...

Bloomberg Law

The Law Library proudly announces its newest legal research platform, Bloomberg Law. Bloomberg Law combines legal content and business information with analysis and commentary in one convenient location. Bloomberg Law provides access to case law and other litigation ...

NCCU Law Announces the 2012-2013 Legal Writing Scholars

The North Carolina Central University School of Law Legal Writing Program wishes to congratulate the 2012-2013 Legal Writing Scholars -- Douglas Pender '14, Michael A. Evans '14, Loryn A. Buckner '14, and Meredith Darlington '14. [caption id="attachment_13450" align="aligncenter" width="491"]...

Oyez, Oyez, Oyez! The Supreme Court Contest is on!

Come test your knowledge of the Supreme Court by participating in the Law Library's Supreme Court Trivia Challenge.  Every day between now and Sept. 21, you will have the chance to answer a new question and be entered to win a $10 Starbucks Gift Card.  For more information about the ...

E-Resources Tabling and Student Organization Training Workshop

Are you looking for a unique piece of information to make your seminar paper shine?  Curious about what electronic tools are available to you simply because you are a student at NCCU School of Law?  If so,  stop by the Law Library's E-Resources Table on Wednesday, September 12th outside of ...