News & Updates

Beverly ’95 Selected for Second Consecutive Year as “Super Lawyer”

O. Beverly, '95, was selected for a second consecutive year as a "Super Lawyer" in the North Carolina Super Lawyers 2013 publication.  Beverly centers his practice on the defense of transportation liability claims ...

Harris ’09 Accepts Position at the Southern Environmental Law Center

Aliste Harris, '09, recently accepted a position at the Southern Environmental Law Center in the Atlanta, GA office.  Harris, who also has a BA from Spelman College and MPA from Kennesaw State University, has worked as an attorney in the Tort Litigation and Environmental Practice Group at King & Spalding’s ...

Baskerville Elected to N.C. House of Representatives

Nathan Baskerville '06, was sworn in as the new State Representative for Vance, Granville, and Warren counties on January 9, 2013 in the House Chamber of the NC General Assembly.   His father, the Honorable Randolph Baskerville '76, read the oath of office and officially swore in his son.  Afterward, ...

Judge Clifton E. Johnson Building Naming Ceremony

The Mecklenburg County Criminal Courts Building was named the “Judge Clifton E. Johnson Building” on November 16, 2012.  The Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners voted in August 2012 to name the building after Judge Johnson, ‘67, in honor of his life and service.  Judge Johnson made history as the first ...

NCCU School of Law to Launch Foreclosure Clinic

With a grant of $800,000 from the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency, North Carolina Central University School of Law will transform its Foreclosure Prevention Project into a new Foreclosure Clinic. Since the beginning of the housing crisis in 2008, NCCU's Foreclosure Prevention Project has provided training to volunteers — law students ...