Category: Student News

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 ...

NCCU Law Students Launch Blog Radio Show

By Nnenna Olu '12 In the fall of 2010, Professor Reddix-Smalls’ Constitutional Law II - First Amendment class launched a blogtalkradio show entitled ...

NCCU Law Featured in The Princeton Review’s “Best 167 Law Schools”

North Carolina Central University School of Law is one of the nation's most outstanding law schools, according to Princeton Review ratings. ...

2011-2012 NCCU Law Legal Writing Scholars Announced

By Timothy J. Peterkin Congratulations to this year's recipients of the North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law Legal Writing Scholarship -- ...

NCCU Law Named Top Law School in ABA’s August Campaign for Student Membership

North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law has been named one of the top ten law schools in the nation for the American Bar ...

NCCU Law Students Awarded 2011 EPA Fellowships

Five North Carolina Central University School of Law students have been awarded prestigious EPA Fellowships for 2011. The EPA Fellowship program is a collaborative effort ...

David Cole Phelps Elected as Third Vice Chair

On May 14, 2011 Democrats in the First Congressional District rallied in Tarboro, N.C. for their First Congressional District Convention. Congressman G.K. Butterfield gave remarks ...

NCCU Law Reaches the Semifinals in the ABA Section of Litigation Good Works Competition

A group of North Carolina Central University School of Law students have been selected as semifinalists in the American Bar Association Section of Litigation Good ...

Wendell Peggot: Excellence in Legal Writing Winner

The Legal Writing Program coordinates a memo writing competition each year. Students are given the opportunity to write a research memorandum and have that document ...

Growing Up Locked Down

Growing Up Locked Down is a documentary that highlights the lives of men who have served time in adult facilities despite having being convicted as ...