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Day Program classes normally meet between 8:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. on weekdays in the fall and spring semesters.

The Evening Program is designed for particularly enterprising people who seek to earn a law degree while working full time.

The North Carolina Central University School of Law offers several programs that can lead to the award of a joint degree:

North Carolina Central University School of Law offers every student an opportunity to become thoroughly grounded in the fundamentals of the law.

North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law offers four certificate programs.  Upon completion of the specified requirements, law students may earn a certificate in Civil Rights and Constitutional Law; Dispute Resolution; Tax Law; or Technology and Law Policy.

NCCU Law is strongly committed to preparing students for the increasing technology-driven legal industry and, in support of that goal, has established the NCCU Law & Technology Certificate Program.

The Academic Success Program is designed to help you get acclimated to learning in law school and to empower you to become independent, self-regulating learners.

This is central to the Law School’s emphasis on producing graduates who are immediately ready to practice.

The Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Law Institute has been established as a center of excellence, and the The Dispute Resolution Institute will lead our profession in taking full advantage of these opportunities and responding thoughtfully to these challenges.