Category: Clinic News

NCCU Law to Host “Breaking the Silence” Series on Domestic Violence

North Carolina Central University School of Law will host a “Breaking the Silence” series on domestic violence, presenting topics of interest to students and the ...

Free Tax Preparation Service to be Offered at NCCU Law

NCCU Law and Business students will offer FREE income tax preparation and electronic filing at the Legal Clinic office in the Law School building starting ...

NCCU Law Named as a “Best School for Public Service”

North Carolina Central University School of Law has been named as one of best law schools for public service by ...

NCCU Law Helps Those with IRS Woes

North Carolina Central University School of Law has a new addition to its complement of nationally ranked clinical programs, this one aimed at helping low-income ...

Community Invited to Foreclosure Prevention Clinic

Foreclosure help is now available to underserved North Carolina families through the North Carolina Central University School of Law’s Technology Assisted Legal Instruction and Services ...

New Appointment to the North Carolina Council for Women

Alex Gomes '06, has been appointed to the North Carolina Council for Women, which works closely with the state government's monitoring and funding of domestic ...

NCCU Law Ranks in Top Four Law Schools for Clinical Opportunities

North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law has been named one of the nation’s top law schools for clinical opportunities by ...

Community Invited to Foreclosure Prevention Clinic

Foreclosure help is now available to underserved North Carolina families through the North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law’s Technology Assisted Legal Instruction and ...

NCCU Law Wins Pro Bono Award

The North Carolina Bar Association has selected the Driver’s License Restoration Project, a joint venture between North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law ...

NCCU Law Reaches the Semifinals in the ABA Section of Litigation Good Works Competition

A group of North Carolina Central University School of Law students have been selected as semifinalists in the American Bar Association Section of Litigation Good ...