Category: News

NCCU Law Alum Jay Chaudhuri ’99 Named Senate Democratic Whip in North Carolina Legislature

IndianWest.com: Jan. 10, 2019 Indian Americans are getting noticed in state-level politics with Jay Chaudhuri earning a Democratic Whip role in North Carolina and Padma Kuppa being named an Assistant Whip in Michigan. State Sen. Jay Chaudhuri of North Carolina’s … Continue reading

NCCU Law Alum, William R. Moultrie Named Interim Dean of University College

William R. Moultrie Named Interim Dean of University College Jan. 9, 2019 North Carolina Central University (NCCU) has named William R. Moultrie, J.D., interim dean of University College. Mr. Moultrie began his new role on Jan. 2, 2019. A national … Continue reading

In Memoriam: Franklin R. Anderson

November 28, 2018 It is with extreme sadness that we announce the passing of former North Carolina Central University Trustee (1989-1995), Franklin R. Anderson. Throughout his life, the accomplished businessman has left a profound impact while serving in leadership roles … Continue reading

NCCU Professor to Lead UNC System Faculty Assembly

Atty. David Green Story By: Bernita Cooper, NCCU School of Law  North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law professor, Attorney David Green was elected to serve as chair of the University of North Carolina (UNC) System Faculty Assembly for … Continue reading

In Memoriam: J. Kenneth Lee ’52 (1923-2018)

Dear Carolina Law community, I am writing to share the sad news of the passing of J. Kenneth Lee, 94, of Greensboro.  Mr. Lee was one of four students at the North Carolina Central University School of Law who, in … Continue reading

Delegate Frank S. Turner ’73 Served as Lead Sponsor for Scholarship Bill

Delegate Frank S. Turner ’73 is making an impact in the lives of Maryland students who wish to complete their college education. Turner recently served as the lead sponsor for the Near Completers and the Maryland Community College Promise Scholarships Bill. The bill allocates an estimated $15 million per year … Continue reading

NCCU Plans To Grow Tele-law Program

By Jennifer Henderson – Staff Writer, Triangle Business Journal Jun 21, 2018, 3:05pm With a new $499,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture in hand, the N.C. Central University School of Law is looking to grow access to tele-law … Continue reading

North Carolina Superior Court Judge Elaine O’Neal Named Interim Dean of NCCU’s School of Law

North Carolina Superior Court Judge Elaine O’Neal Named Interim Dean of NCCU’s School of Law North Carolina Central University announces the appointment of North Carolina Superior Court Judge Elaine Mercia O’Neal as interim dean of the School of Law at … Continue reading

NCCU Law Alumnus Attorney John Szymankiewicz to Expand His Beer Law Center

North Carolina Central University School of Law Alumnus, Attorney John Szymankiewicz ’10 will expand his Raleigh-based law practice, Beer Law Center after recently being admitted to practice in Virginia and West Virginia. Szymankiewicz looks forward to making an impact on … Continue reading

Congratulations Carolyn J. Thompson

Announcement: On April 24, 2018, Governor Roy Cooper appointed the Honorable Carolyn J. Thompson as a Superior Court Judge in the 9th Judicial District, serving Vance, Warren, Granville, and Franklin counties. She replaces Senior Resident Superior Court Judge, Robert H. … Continue reading