Category: News

Smith ’76 to Lead the NC Conference of Clerks of Superior Court

Archie L. Smith III, Durham County Clerk of Superior Court, was installed as President of the N.C. Conference of Clerks of Superior Court on August 20, 2014. N.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice Sarah Parker administered the Oath of Office in … Continue reading

James D. “Butch” Williams ‘79 Honored

Over three hundred people gathered at the UNC Friday Center on August 23, 2014 to honor NCCU School of Law alumnus, James D. “Butch” Williams. The audience included former clients, college classmates, fellow lawyers, family, and members of the community. … Continue reading

Representative G.K. Butterfield sworn in as chair of Congressional Black Caucus

 more here:   Congressional Black Caucus Ceremonial Swearing-In Butterfield takes helm of Congressional Black Caucus, promises focus on criminal justice reform

Jenee’ Peace ’14: Receives Outstanding Law Student Service Award

Jenee’ Peace received the Outstanding Law Student Service Award from the North Carolina Bar Association Law-Related Education Committee for her leadership of the Lawyers 4 Literacy program at W.G. Pearson Elementary School. The award was presented by NCBA President-elect Shelby … Continue reading

NCCU School of Law Professor David A. Green Moderates National Bar Association’s

NCCU School of Law Professor David A. Green Moderates National Bar Association’s Keynote Event By: Bianca P. Williams In late July of this year, Professor David A. Green of the North Carolina Central University School of Law moderated the keynote … Continue reading

Congratulations Alicia Dawn Williams, Esq.

NCCU School of Law would like to congratulate Alicia Dawn Williams, Esq. (Class of 2011) on her latest accomplishment: passing the patent bar examination administered by the United States Patent and Trademark Organization (USPTO). While a student at NCCU School … Continue reading

Top 50 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Rankings (16550 hits)

For the eighth consecutive year, U.S. News has produced a ranking measuring the quality of the undergraduate education at historically black colleges and universities. In order to be on the list, a school must be currently designated by the U.S. … Continue reading

Professor Brenda Reddix-Smalls Presents at Berkeley School of Law

 On August 7 and 8, 2014, NCCU School of Law Professor Brenda Reddix-Smalls attended the fourteenth annual Intellectual Property Scholars Conference at UC Berkeley School of Law in Berkeley, California. Prof. Reddix-Smalls presented her research on the legal issues and … Continue reading

NCCU Announces its 2014 “Forty under Forty” Recipients

North Carolina Central University announced the 2014 “Forty under Forty” recipients that will be honored at an Awards Gala on September 12th at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel in Durham. Included among the honorees are law school alumni Dominique W. Williams … Continue reading

Gardner ’02 Appointed to Town Council

Kris Gardner, ’02, was appointed to the Morrisville Town Council on March 25, 2014, to fill the remainder of a four-year term.  Gardner is a partner at Tharrington Smith, LLP in Raleigh.  He was sworn into office by the Hon. … Continue reading