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WUNC Interviews Dean Craig-Taylor

Empowering Historically Black Colleges And Universities, Meet Phyliss Craig-Taylor By Laura Pellicer & Frank Stasio • Feb 20, 2017 Phyliss Craig-Taylor was part of the first wave of black students to integrate public schools in Alabama. She started attending an … Continue reading

NCCU’s Professor of Law Scott Holmes Speaks to the Peterson Alford Plea

Read more… Also: Monday, January 30, 2017 RALEIGH (WTVD) — More than a thousand protestors showed up outside Terminal 2 at Raleigh-Durham International Airport Sunday to protest President Donald Trump’s travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries and other immigration actions.

NCCU Juvenile Law Clinic Seeing the Human Side

NCCU Juvenile Law Clinic Seeing the Human Side By Bob Friedman On a recent Monday morning in Courtroom 5D of the Durham County Courthouse, a 16-yearold boy facing felony and misdemeanor charges stood shyly and quietly in an orange prison … Continue reading

Winter Intersession

Winter Intersession

NCCU Law Virtual Justice Program Hosts Town Hall

Hundreds of people attended a town hall at NCCU School of Law on Wednesday, September 28th.  The event brought together representatives from the police, students and community to discuss ways to strengthen relationships between them.  Members of the audience shared … Continue reading

NCCU Law’s Brian Beverly ’95 Selected By Attorney At Law Magazine

Brian Beverly ’95, an attorney at the law firm of Young Moore, was selected as attorney of the month, by Attorney At Law agazine. Read More… Save

NCCU Law’s Virtual Justice Program Hosts A Successful Town Hall Meeting

NCCU LAW VIRTUAL JUSTICE PROGRAM HOSTS TOWN HALL Hundreds of people attended a town hall at NCCU School of Law on Wednesday, September 28th.  The event brought together representatives from the police, students and community to discuss ways to strengthen … Continue reading

NCCU Law’s Professor Irving Joyner Continues The Fight Against Voter Restrictions

RU-N Alumni Help to Fight Restrictive North Carolina Election Law By Elizabeth Moore Two Rutgers Law School (RLS) alumni helped lead the fight against a 2013 North Carolina election law, which enacted restrictions that they said disenfranchised voters of color. … Continue reading

NCCU Law ranks 19th Among Best Schools Offering Graduate Programs in Law

Fifty schools made our list of the top graduate programs in law across the country. These schools were ranked based on student ratings across several areas, including quality of instruction, networking opportunities, and student financial services. Tuition for these programs ranges … Continue reading