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H.M. “Mickey” Michaux ’64 receives NC’s Highest Public Service Award

North Carolina Central University Law alumnus the Honorable H.M. “Mickey” Michaux Jr. ‘64 received the state’s highest civilian honor Tuesday, November 15, 2022.  The North Carolina Awards, were presented to six distinguished North Carolinians by Governor Roy Cooper at the North Carolina Museum of Art. The award was created by the General Assembly in 1961 to …

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Law Students raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

LAW STUDENTS RAISE $800 FOR BREAST CANCER During the Legal Eagle Battle of the Classes (Law Bowl), the 2L Council raised money for Breast Cancer Awareness Month through the Making Strides Against Breast Initiative. Making Strides is an affiliate of the American Cancer Society and has united communities for more than two decades.  Because of …

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Juvenile Law students serve local community

The NCCU Juvenile Law Clinic was established in recognition of the large number of Durham County Youth who need quality legal representation and other services. The Juvenile Clinic provides three services including legal representation in delinquency hearings, legal representation for youth in Durham Public Schools suspension hearings and referrals to community resources. It has been …

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Former NCCU Law School Dean Harry Edward Groves Honored

On Friday, November 11, a dinner honoring the late Harry Edward Groves, the Emeritus Henry Brandis Professor of Law at UNC was held at the Carolina Meadows Retirement Community in Chapel Hill.Groves served as Dean of NCCU Law School from 1976-1981. Residents honored Groves who championed the rights of seniors through legislation he helped pass in 1989 …

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NCCU Law Participates in 2022 Legal Design Derby

Six teams participated in the 2022 Legal Design Derby from NCCU, Duke, Elon, Campbell and Wake Forest law schools.Students used human-centered design principles to develop and refine a prototype that answered the question, “How might students and law schools prepare for future paradigms of legal service delivery?“ Faculty members Jeff Ward and Kelli Raker from …

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Regina Stephens Named EEOC’s New Chief Administrative Judge

  U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission / Oct. 21, 2022(NCCU alumna Regina Stephens) Regina Stephens has been named to the newly created senior executive position of chief administrative judge in the Office of Field Programs, the U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced today. The chief administrative judge position was created to ensure focused senior level …

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