Library Blog



Welcome to NCCU Law Fall Semester 2013!

The Law Library would like to welcome everyone to NCCU Law Library Fall Semester 2013. Whether you are in need of a study aid to ...

Lexis now has a single ID sign in for Lexis.com and Lexis Advance

This past month Lexis changed its two ID sign-in format. Now only a Lexis Advance ID is needed to sign in to both Lexis Advance ...

NCCU Law Library is awarded LSTA Grant

The Law Library has been awarded a 2013 – 2014 LSTA EZ Planning grant from the State Library of North Carolina. The Library Services and ...

New Library Resources on War and the Law

Current events make it difficult to avoid the reality of war and the many legal issues surrounding it.  This month the Law Library has added ...

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 ...

New Environmental Law Resources

Environmental law and policy are gaining more attention in both the United States and internationally.  This month the Law library has added several new resources ...

Admissibility of Evidence in North Carolina, 2012 – 2013 Edition – Now Available at the Law Library

North Carolina Central University School of Law Professor Jennifer Brobst is the new author of the Admissibility of Evidence in North Carolina, 2012 - 2013 ...

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 ...

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, ...

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 ...