Category: News

NCCU Law’s Dime Initiative To Help Durham Project Homeless Connect

NCCU Law’s Dime Initiative and BLSA organized a donation drive to collect clothing, bedding, and toiletry items for Durham Project Homeless Connect, a resources fair for Durham’s homeless that takes place Friday Oct. 2nd. Hugh Hudson, Dominique Mincey, Catherine Peebles, … Continue reading

NCCU Law Professor Susan Hauser: Where Are We in 2015?

Professor Susan Hauser is scheduled to present: October 16, 2015, “Student Loan Discharge: Where Are We in 2015?” at the ABI/UMKC School of Law Midwestern Bankruptcy Institute in Kansas City, Missouri. November 6, 2015,  “The Student Loan Mess” at the … Continue reading

NCCU Law Alum Gerald Walden, A leader in the law profession.

Download Gerald Walden – Leader in the Law 2015  

NCCU Law students and faculty volunteer at 2015 Bull City Stand Down for Veterans

NCCU Law students and faculty volunteer at 2015 Bull City Stand Down for Veterans NCCU Law students and faculty volunteered Friday, September 18 at the at the 2015 Bull City Stand Down, an annual resources fair for homeless and at-risk … Continue reading

“Durham rolls out new program to help some first-time offenders”

In an article titled, “Durham rolls out new program to help some first-time offenders”, Professor Scott Holmes, voices his excitement for Durham’s misdemeanor diversion program, which helps first-time nonviolent offenders.  Professor Holmes stated that he is excited about this new … Continue reading

Fall Break

Fall break will be on Monday, October 12, 2015. Classes will resume on Tuesday, October 13, 2015, following a Monday schedule.

Carolina Academic Press publishes Professor Mombrun’s latest book: Haiti: A Primer on its Revolution and Diaspora

Prof. Mombrun’s latest book was published this past June by the Carolina Academic Press.  The book entitled: Haiti: A Primer on its Revolution and Diaspora presents an analysis of the impact of Haiti’s revolution on the World, describes the reasons … Continue reading

NCCU’s Professor Scott Holmes participates in a discussion on “healing a broken community”

Professor Scott Holmes, supervising attorney for the NCCU Civil Litigation Clinic, and his colleague Daryl Atkinson, with the Southern Coalition for Social Justice were asked to discuss “healing a broken community” to a national gathering of Quakers – the Friends … Continue reading