News & Updates

Professors discuss upcoming United States Supreme Court gay rights cases

On Thursday, March 21, 2013, Professors Lydia Lavelle, Susan Hauser, Cheryl Amana and Wendy Scott were on a panel sponsored by Outlaw Alliance, Phi Alpha Delta and the Women’s Law Caucus, discussing the upcoming Supreme Court cases dealing with Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). The cases ...

Professor Timothy Peterkin To Be Featured Guest

Professor Timothy J. Peterkin will be the featured guest lecturer on legal rights at Halifax Community College's Men to Men Summit in Roanoke Rapids, NC on April 10, 2013. This Summit is for males in high school and college. Professor Peterkin will also conduct a faculty development workshop on legal ...

New Legal Writing Resources at the Law Library

The ability to write well is an important tool in every law student and lawyer’s toolbox.  This month the Law Library has added two new resources to assist law students with their legal writing skills. Jessica L. Clark & Kristen E. Murray, Scholarly Writing: Ideas, Examples, and Execution (2012). Targeted specifically at ...

NCCU Law Professor Aids Parents in Developing a Personal Education Plan

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DeWarren K. Langley receives prestigious 2013 Outstanding Citizen Spectrum of Democracy Award

DeWarren Langley Durham, NC - DeWarren K. Langley was awarded the prestigious 2013 Outstanding Citizen Spectrum of Democracy Award in honor of vital contributions to make North Carolina’s ...

School of Law Room Naming Campaign: Your Name – Forever Part of Law School History

School of Law Room Naming Campaign Your Name – Forever Part of Law School History NCCU School of Law is excited to announce the launching of its Room Naming Campaign. The goal of the Room Naming Campaign is to generate an additional one million dollars for NCCU Law’s New Horizons ...

2013 Legal Eagle Summer Camp – A Jump Start for Future Lawyers

The Legal Eagle Law Camp will take place June 24 – 28, 2013. The Law Camp is co-sponsored by Durham Public Schools Community Education Department and North Carolina Central University School of Law. It is open to rising 7th – 10th graders. The goal of the camp is to offer ...