Alesha Lewis named Florence City Judge

FLORENCE, S.C. – The newest judge for the city of Florence will be a Pee Dee native. Florence attorney Alesha Lewis was appointed to a two-year term to replace Judge Taft Guile Jr. by the Florence City Council on Monday afternoon upon the recommendation of the council’s judicial review ad hoc committee. Read more

Greet Our New Hires

NCCU School of Law Welcomes Devin Cole, Director of Admissions Terri Hyman, Director of Marketing and Communications Ashley Hillard, Assistant Professor of Legal Writing Erika Jones, Assistant Professor of Legal Writing  Tamika Moses, Assistant Professor of Law Deborah L. Johnson, Visiting Professor Jonathan Augustine, Visiting Professor

Upcoming Training

 Time Staff Faculty Tuesday,   June 29  2 PM Chrome River http://bit.ly/SOLITTraining With Demetria Robinson  Learn the basics of the University’s procurement process.  Wednesday,  June 30  2 PM Microsoft OneDrive Join Here With ITS  An Overview of OneDrive for Business and how to store, share and sync your school and work files.  Tuesday,  July 6 10 AM Intro…

Professor David A. Green Participates In Panel Discussion On Bias and Disparate Outcomes in the Bar Examination

This panel will discuss how bar examinees from communities of color or who are neurodivergent (including examinees with learning disabilities and mental health challenges) are adversely affected by bias in the bar exam. Studies show that bar examinees from communities of color have lower pass rates than their white peers. Neurodivergent examinees encounter a range…

Carolinas Colloquium brings together legal writing community

Law Library Director, Nichelle Perry, Assistant Director, Richelle Reid, Senior Reference Librarian, Zanada Joyner, and Reference Librarians, Emily Hoffman and Matthew Neely presented at the Carolinas Colloquium 2021 held at Elon University School of Law on Thursday, June 24, 2021 regarding their use of Teams to teach legal research during the pandemic.  Learn more

NCCU Law’s Associate Dean April Dawson to Moderate upcoming panel discussion on racial equality in Criminal Justice

The NC Task Force for Racial Equity in Criminal Justice – Learning Session 1: Race, Data, and Policing Law enforcement agencies are increasingly relying on data and predictive analytics to make policing decisions. However, the reliance on data and algorithms in this way can have the unintended consequence of exacerbating the racial discrimination and disparity in…