Category: News

Adrienne DeWitt Published in AALL Spectrum

Adrienne DeWitt Published in AALL Spectrum Adrienne DeWitt, Reference Librarian, has a new article in this month’s AALL Spectrum magazine. Ms. DeWitt’s article is focused on the recent celebration of the 75th anniversary of Moore’s Federal Practice by publisher LexisNexis. … Continue reading

Bates ’11 featured in the DC Bar Blog

Melanie Bates was recently featured in the DC Bar Blog for her work in the DC Bar Pro Bono Program’s Advice & Referral Clinic.  Bates currently works for the Legislative Council for the District of Columbia. The feature can be … Continue reading

Professor Susan Hauser Receives Award

Professor Susan Hauser has been awarded the 2013 Women of Justice Award by North Carolina Lawyers Weekly.  Prof. Hauser’s second book, Graduating with Debt: Student Loans Under the Bankruptcy Code, will be published by the American Bankruptcy Institute in November … Continue reading

NCCU Law hosts The Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law recently held its inaugural judicial diversity panel at the School of Law as a part of its Judicial Diversity Project. “The Importance of Judicial Diversity and Paths to the Bench” was moderated … Continue reading

NCCU Law Library is awarded LSTA Grant

The Law Library has been awarded a 2013 – 2014 LSTA EZ Planning grant from the State Library of North Carolina. The Library Services and Technology Act (“LSTA”) is an Act implemented to provide federal funds for the improvement of … Continue reading

Professor Narieissa Smith will present at the Poverty Law: Cases, Teaching and Scholarship conference

Professor Narieissa Smith will present at the Poverty Law: Cases, Teaching and Scholarship conference. The conference will be held at American University Washington College of Law in Washington D.C. on October 25 – 26, 2013. Professor Smith’s proposal for the … Continue reading

NCCU Law’s Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Law Review host a successful symposium…

On Friday, April 5, 2013, the North Carolina Central School of Law’s Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Law Review successfully hosted its seventh annual symposium. The day was filled with thought-provoking discussions regarding the fundamentalness of healthcare under the U.S. Constitution, the … Continue reading

The Law School Says “Goodbye” to Three Professors

On Tuesday, May 7, 2013, the NCCU School of Law will bid three notable professors farewell.  We will celebrate the careers of Deborah Jeffries, Adrienne Fox and Greg Malhoit at the Brier Creek Country Club with a dinner in their … Continue reading

Professors discuss upcoming United States Supreme Court gay rights cases

On Thursday, March 21, 2013, Professors Lydia Lavelle, Susan Hauser, Cheryl Amana and Wendy Scott were on a panel sponsored by Outlaw Alliance, Phi Alpha Delta and the Women’s Law Caucus, discussing the upcoming Supreme Court cases dealing with Proposition … Continue reading

NCCU Law Professor Aids Parents in Developing a Personal Education Plan

This Guide offers many North Carolina parents a tool to advance the education of their children. The publication highlights and explains the requirements of a state law known as the Personal Education Plan Law or “PEP Law.” As discussed in … Continue reading