Category: News

Reopening of the School of Law for the Fall Semester

The School of Law will begin classes on August 17, 2020, and end classes on November 20, 2020; exams for the School of Law will conclude on December 9, 2020. Fall Break, previously scheduled for October 11 and 12, has … Continue reading

COVID 19 – Admissions Update

Here at North Carolina Central University School of Law Office of Admissions, our thoughts go out to everyone as we all are safely maneuvering through the COVID-19 outbreaks that is affecting so many countries and communities around the world. We … Continue reading

UNC System Commits to Prorated Reimbursements for Unused Housing and Dining Services

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 30, 2020 CHAPEL HILL, NC – During a special meeting of the UNC Board of Governors, held on March 30, 2020, Interim President Bill Roper announced that the UNC System is committed to prorated reimbursements of … Continue reading

Alumnus Lynn E. Roberts III Named to National Black Lawyers Top 40 Under 40

By Maya Davis, Office of Communications and Marketing Intern Posted March 02, 2020, 10:44AM North Carolina Central University School of Law alumnus Lynn E. Roberts III,’14, can now add a National Black Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 award to his … Continue reading

NCCU Law Will Not Extend Spring Break

The School of Law will not be extending spring break in order to meet our ABA requirements regarding class meeting hours. We are genuinely concerned about everyone’s health and well-being. As the law school prepares to transition from live classes … Continue reading

American Constitution Society: Southeast Regional Convening

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Professor Brenda Gibson and Professor Nichelle Perry Co-author 3rd Edition of North Carolina Legal Research

Recognizing the importance of legal research and the challenges it presents (especially for novices), this book undertakes to give law students and attorneys in North Carolina, as well as other jurisdictions, a set of research tools to add to their … Continue reading

Professor Irving Joyner the recipient of the 2019 NAACP’s William Robert Ming Advocacy Award.

Professor Irving Joyner is the recipient of the 2019 NAACP’s William Robert Ming Advocacy Award.  This award is presented annually to an attorney (usually a litigator) who exemplifies the spirit of financial and personal sacrifice that Mr. Ming displayed in his decades … Continue reading