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NCCU Law to Host a Panel Discussion on Race, Crime and Discrimination

The North Carolina Central University School of Law will host a free panel discussion to address nationwide conversations currently being held by all races of ...

NCCU Law Students Awarded EPA Fellowships

Eight North Carolina Central University School of Law students have been awarded prestigious Environmental Protection Agency Fellowships for 2012. The EPA Fellowship program is a ...

NCCU Elder Law Project Wins 2012 NCBA Pro Bono Award

The North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA) has selected the North Carolina Central University Elder Law Project (ELP) as recipient of its 2012 Law ...

NCCU Law Commencement Exercises

North Carolina Central University Commencement Exercises for graduate and professional students will be held on Friday, May 11, 2012 at 3 p.m. in the McDougald-McLendon ...

NCCU Law Hosts Foreclosure Prevention Forum

Foreclosure help is now available to North Carolina families through the North Carolina Central University School of Law Technology Assisted Legal Instruction and Services (TALIAS) ...

NCCU Law Hosts Child and Family Community Workshops

The North Carolina Central University School of Law will host a series of child and family law workshops for the community focusing on domestic violence ...

NCCU Law Presents the 2012 R.J. Reynolds Symposium

On April 13, 2012, North Carolina Central University School of Law will present the 2012 R.J. Reynolds Symposium “Obstacles and Opportunities: The Role of Law ...

A Call for Justice for Trayvon Martin

We, the undersigned members of the North Carolina Central University School of Law family, are aware of the unlawful death of 17-year old Trayvon Martin ...

NCCU Law Wins Second Place for Brief Writing in the Saul Lefkowitz Competition

North Carolina Central University School of Law was awarded second place for Brief Writing at the national championship of the ...

Community Invited to a Session on Child Support Orders

The North Carolina Central University School of Law is inviting the public to a session entitled “Understanding the Ins and Outs of Establishing a Child ...