News & Updates

New Juvenile Law Resources at the Law Library

Determining how to handle juveniles when they commit crimes is not an easy task for legal researchers and practitioners.  This month the Law Library has added several new resources on juvenile justice to assist with understanding the many issues surrounding the topic. Cathryn Crawford, Promise Unfulfilled: Juvenile Justice in America (2012). This ...

North Carolina Law of Torts – Updated Version Now Available

North Carolina Central University School of Law Professor Mark Morris and co-author Professor Charles Daye recently completed updating their treatise, North Carolina Law of Torts.  Now in its third edition, this resource provides researchers with easy access to North Carolina specific information on a wide ...

Discharging Student Loan Debt in Bankruptcy Podcast

In the past few years, student loan debt has reached near crisis levels as student loan debts outpaced credit card and auto loan debts.  This has not escaped the notice of current and former students or bankruptcy practitioners.  In a recent podcast, American Bankruptcy Institute Scholar-in-Residence and NCCU School of ...