Symposium

2014 North Carolina Central Law Review Symposium

The Changing Face of North Carolina

The North Carolina Central Law Review cordially invites you to its 2014 Symposium to be held on Friday, March 21, 2014. This year’s symposium will focus on legal challenges for certain North Carolina minorities. Four panels will discuss specific issues, and a fifth will conclude the symposium.

Please see the agenda here, and email the Symposium Committee at centrallawreview.symposium@gmail.com with any questions.

Download NCCU Symposium Agenda (PDF)

Date & Time

Friday, March 21, 2014
8 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.:  Registration and Breakfast
9 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.:  Symposium

Location

NCCU School of Law
Albert Turner Building
Room 202

Topics to be Discussed

Voting rights challenges for minority voters, access to the courts for non-English speakers, implications of U.S. v. Windsor for LGBT rights in North Carolina, animals as the state’s voiceless victims, and forecasting the future of these and similar legal challenges.

Parking

Visitor parking information may be found at: http://www.nccu.edu/health-safety/police/parking/visitorParking.cfm.

CLE Registration Fees*

 Attorneys $110
 NCCU Law Alumni & Faculty  $75
 Members of the Durham Bar  $75
 Non-Attorneys (lunch fee)  $15
 Paper Copy of Conference Materials  $10.00

Download NCCU Law Review Registration form.

*An application for CLE credit hours will be sent to the State Bar.

The North Carolina Central Law Review, now on its 36th Volume, publishes scholarly articles that address current legal issues of national and local concern. This symposium reflects one of the Review’s overall focuses which is to bring attention to major concerns that affect our nation’s minorities.