Virtual Justice Project

Since 2010 NCCU School of Law has been at the forefront of Virtual Legal Education with the launch of its Virtual Justice Project. The Virtual Justice Project is an innovation in legal education and technology. Initially funded in 2010 with a BTOP (Broadband Technology Opportunity Program) Grant, NCCU School of Law pioneered this approach to address the under-representation of African American lawyers and a lack of access to justice for low income and marginalized communities. Virtual pre-law courses prepare students, wherever they are, for the rigor of law school. The Know Your Rights series offers legal information sessions that empower participants to understand the law and promote self-advocacy. Both the pre-law courses and the legal information sessions are made possible through Telepresence and High Definition videoconferencing.

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Upcoming Events

Sep
3
Tue
Tele-Health Event @ NCCU - School of Law
Sep 3 @ 10:40 am – 11:40 am
Sep
18
Wed
Can I Trademark That? @ NCCU - School of Law, NCCU TelePresence Room
Sep 18 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Can I Trademark That?

Host: Shelley B. Fullwood

Summary:
Have you been dreaming up potential brand names but don’t know if they are good enough? Come learn what the qualities of strong trademarks are and what to consider when you’re creating a brand.

Join Prof. Shellz for an interactive talk exploring qualities of protectable trademarks.

Oct
1
Tue
Tele-Health Event @ NCCU - School of Law
Oct 1 @ 10:40 am – 11:40 am
Oct
16
Wed
My Creative Story: Making Music & Performances @ NCCU - School of Law, NCCU TelePresence Room
Oct 16 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

My Creative Story: Making Music & Performances

Location: NCCU TelePresence Room

Host:  Shelley B. Fullwood, Esq., aka Prof. Shellz

Summary:
Prof. Shellz talks with NC creatives about the scandals of copying in the music and performance scenes in their personal careers and beyond. This talk will feature local creative professionals who will introduce their business to the community and discuss how copying effects their creative process, business, etc.

Nov
5
Tue
Tele-Health Event @ NCCU - School of Law
Nov 5 @ 10:40 am – 11:40 am
Nov
20
Wed
My Creative Story: Making Visual Art & Literary Works @ NCCU - School of Law, NCCU TelePresence Room
Nov 20 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

My Creative Story: Making Visual Art & Literary Works

Host:  Shelley B. Fullwood, Esq., aka Prof. Shellz

Summary:

Prof. Shellz talks with NC creatives about the scandals of copying in the visual arts and literary scenes in their personal careers and beyond. This talk will feature local creative professionals who will introduce their business to the community and discuss how copying effects their creative process, business, etc.

Dec
3
Tue
Tele-Health Event @ NCCU - School of Law
Dec 3 @ 10:40 am – 11:40 am

Contact Us

Email: virtualjusticeproject@nccu.edu
Telephone: 919-530-6601
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