Category: Student News

Congratulations Alicia Dawn Williams, Esq.

[caption id="attachment_16962" align="alignleft" width="200"] Alicia Dawn Williams, Esq. (Class of 2011)[/caption] NCCU School of Law would like ...

NCCU School of Law WOWS New Chancellor during Installation Program

On Wednesday, April 2, NCCU Law students, faculty and staff impressed Chancellor Deborah Saunders – White with a reenactment of the landmark decisions in McKissick ...

Taking Flight: Tracy Turner

NCCU recognizes Tracy Turner, she was recently interviewed by our own Eagle News.  

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

[caption id="attachment_14718" align="alignleft" width="300"] Editors and Staff of the Biotechnology ...

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 ...

Iyanna Henry ’13 Receives Albert Schweitzer Fellowship

Iyanna Henry, a second year law student (2L) at North Carolina Central University, has been selected as a 2012-13 Albert Schweitzer Fellow. She is the first ...

BLSA Receives Johnnie Cochran Award

The Southern Region of the National Black Law Students Association (SRBLSA) held it’s 41st Regional Convention in Birmingham, Alabama on January 17-22, 2012. SRBLSA is ...

NCCU Law Wins South Regional of the Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition

North Carolina Central University School of Law has advanced to the National Finals of the Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition ...

NCCU Law Students Sweep 2012 Kilpatrick-Townsend Competition

[caption id="attachment_10454" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="From left to right - Bottom Row: Stephanie Faris, Molly Brewer, Helen Baddour, Jeannelle Alexander, Emily Custer. Middle Row: Molly Morgan, ...

Motivated 16-year-old Enters NCCU Law

By Lana Douglas, News & Observer One look at Ty Hobson-Powell and you may think that he is an average teenager. He likes to ...