Category: News

NCCU Law Graduate Sonye’ Randolph Hired To Serve As ASU’s First Full-time Equal Opportunity/Title IX Investigator

Following a national search, Sonyé Randolph has been hired to serve as Appalachian State University’s first full-time Equal Opportunity/Title IX investigator in the Office of Equity, Diversity and Compliance (EDC). She began her duties Jan. 19. The position reports to … Continue reading

Assistant Dean Meddock to Lead Discussion of Ann Bartow’s Presentation “Copyright Isn’t Funny!”

Assistant Dean Meddock to Lead Discussion of Ann Bartow’s Presentation “Copyright Isn’t Funny!” at UNC-CH Interdisciplinary Approaches to Humor Conference April 9, 2016 Students often can’t help but giggle when they first hear the abbreviation “IP” for Intellectual Property, but … Continue reading

Assistant Legal Writing Professors Kelly Burgess and Shelly DeAdder Present at the Capital Area Legal Writing Conference

On March 11, 2016, Professors Burgess and DeAdder presented at the Sixth Annual Capital Area Legal Writing Conference, hosted by the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.  The topic of their presentation was, From Grade Achievement to … Continue reading

NCCU Law Honors The Honorable Henry “Mickey” Michaux, Jr.

On Thursday, March 3, 2016, the School of Law hosted its Durham-area Alumni reception at 21C Museum & Hotel.  In addition to providing our alumni with the opportunity to reconnect with one another and learn about the school’s progress, we … Continue reading

NCCU Law Librarian Janeen Williams Wins AALL Award

The American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) has awarded Electronic Resources Librarian Janeen Williams with the 2016 Minority Leadership Development Award.  AALL established this award in 2001 to “nurture leaders for the future and to introduce minority law librarians to … Continue reading

NCCU Law Assistant Professor Shelly Bibb partners with StepUp Ministry

StepUp Ministry – Helping Others Rebuild Their Lives Through Job and Life Skills Training StepUp Ministry offers a lifeline to low-wage-earners in this State.  The participants are often ex-offenders, single parents, homeless, or simply in need of a fresh start.  … Continue reading

NCCU Legal Aid Ambassadors Win 2016 North Carolina Bar Association Pro Bono Award

The North Carolina Bar Association has selected NCCU’s Legal Aid Ambassadors as recipient of its 2016 Law Student Group Pro Bono Service Award. This award is presented annually to an outstanding law student group whose pro bono project benefits low-income … Continue reading

NCCU Law Selected As An Early Voting Site

2016 Election Information Primary Elections – March 15 & June 7 March Primary  North Carolina will hold its Presidential Preference Primary and other statewide primary elections on March 15, 2016.  This election will not include primary contests for U.S. House … Continue reading