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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


 A View From the Bench – Top Mistakes Attorneys Make in Family and Civil Litigation   1.5 hours (CLE Credit Requested – 1.5 hours) Date/location: July 29, 2016, NCCU School of Law 09:30am – 12:00pm: CLE Program     An … Continue reading

Best DPD foil: By Professor C. Scott Holmes

Best Durham Police Department foil C. Scott Holmes Writers Picks In March, an independent study commissioned by the Durham Police Department found what most people in Durham already knew: Durham police pull over black male drivers at a disproportionately high … Continue reading

Tar Heel of the Week: NCCU Law’s Dean Champions HBCUs

Phyliss Craig-Taylor entered the third grade with a cigar box where she kept a sad and unusual collection – the debris thrown at her, one of just a handful of black students, by her white classmates. After school, she and … Continue reading

NCCU Law Graduate Katrina Smith ’09: Making It Happen!

Fierce. That is how Katrina Smith describes herself. The attorney and entrepreneur who was born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina says the road has never been easy and all of her life she’s had to fight. She had to … Continue reading

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