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Admissibility of Evidence in North Carolina, 2012 – 2013 Edition – Now Available at the Law Library

North Carolina Central University School of Law Professor Jennifer Brobst is the new author of the Admissibility of Evidence in North Carolina, 2012 – 2013 Edition.  Taking over from fellow North Carolina Central University Professor Adrienne Fox, Professor Brobst’s 2012 … Continue reading

NCCU School of Law to Launch Foreclosure Clinic

With a grant of $800,000 from the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency, North Carolina Central University School of Law will transform its Foreclosure Prevention Project into a new Foreclosure Clinic. Since the beginning of the housing crisis in 2008, NCCU’s … Continue reading

NCCU Law Announces the 2012-2013 Legal Writing Scholars

The North Carolina Central University School of Law Legal Writing Program wishes to congratulate the 2012-2013 Legal Writing Scholars — Douglas Pender ’14, Michael A. Evans ’14, Loryn A. Buckner ’14, and Meredith Darlington ’14. These scholars have been successful … Continue reading

Welcome to Phyliss Craig-Taylor, New Dean of NCCU School of Law

North Carolina Central University welcomes the new dean of the School of Law, Phyliss Craig-Taylor. Craig-Taylor most recently served as associate dean for academics at Charlotte School of Law in Charlotte. Assuming the dean’s office marks a return to NCCU … Continue reading

NCCU Law Students Awarded Judge Thomas M. Moore Scholarships

Three NCCU Law students, Diane Carter (class of 2013), Matthew Ceradini (class of 2013), and Brent Smith (class of 2012), have been awarded Judge Thomas M. Moore Scholarships to attend the Eastern Bankruptcy Institute in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in … Continue reading

NCCU Law Annual Awards Ceremony

The Annual North Carolina Central University School of Law Awards Ceremony will be held on Wednesday, April 18th at noon in the Moot Courtroom. During this ceremony, students will be recognized for excellence in academics, leadership and professionalism.  Awards will … Continue reading

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 concerns that have risen from the Trayvon Martin case in Sanford, Florida. This is not … Continue reading

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 collaborative effort among North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law, the United States Environmental … Continue reading

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 Student Group Pro Bono Service Award. This award is presented annually to an outstanding law student group … Continue reading

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 Gymnasium on the campus of NCCU. Read more here. The Law School Graduation Ceremony will … Continue reading