Virtual Justice: 2017 Calendar Of Events

Telepresence Room

Telepresence Room


Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Family Law: New Year, Time to Review

A presentation for parents and custodians to review current child custodial arrangements as well as custody and/or visitation orders and a general discussion to determine whether these arrangements or order should be revised in 2017 in the best interests of the children they involve.

Presented by Professor Nakia C. Hayes, NCCU School of Law Family Law Clinic

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Unity in the Community: Town Hall Meeting

Our September 18, 2016, Town Hall Meeting continues, and evolves, from a community discussion to a focused session to generate ideas toward real solutions in building and strengthening community-police relations throughout North Carolina.

Presented by North Carolina Association of Chiefs of Police and various North Carolina Community Activists

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Wednesday, March 8, 2017
13th: A Documentary Showing & Discussion

There will be a showing of the powerful documentary, 13th, and an engaging discussion will follow by a panel of special guests who are committed to the cessation of mass incarceration of minorities and the for profit expansion of the prison system.

Presented by DeWarren Langley, Charles Hamilton Houston Foundation

Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Tax and Facts: An Informational Workshop

An overview of 2016 federal and state tax rules and regulations and legal guidance as how to minimum tax obligations for low to moderate income households.

Presented by Attorney Deanna Coleman, Director of the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic


Wednesday, April 5, 2017
The Dating Game
In observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, there will an interactive workshop for teens and young adults about dating relationships, social media and their legal consequences.

Co-Presented by Attorney Deria Hayes, NCCU Women’s Center and Durham Crisis Response Center

Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Consumer Financial Workshop
Questions and answers about various consumer issues.

Presented by Professor Pamela Thombs, NCCU School of Law Consumer Financial Transaction Clinic