The North Carolina Central University School of Law is located in Durham, North Carolina. The NCCU School of Law opened in 1940; the evening program started in 1981.
Phyliss Craig-Taylor has served as dean of the NCCU School of Law since 2012. She previously served as associate dean for academics at Charlotte School of Law and was a member of the law school faculty at NCCU from 2000-06.
The North Carolina Central University School of Law was accredited by the American Bar Association in 1950.
Students attending the North Carolina Central University School of Law are involved in the NCBA through our Law Student Division, which is free to join. Members of the Law Student Division enjoy benefits such as:
- Access to Fastcase, our online legal research tool;
- One free membership to any of our 30 specialty sections; and
- Subscriptions to North Carolina Lawyer magazine, e-bar (weekly electronic newsletter), the Law Student Bulletin and the Young Lawyers Division’s newsletter, The Advocate.
Student members are also invited to attend CLE programs for only $25, which includes materials as well as focused networking opportunities. Additional opportunities are provided through the Young Lawyers Division, including volunteer service with YLD committees.
Contact the North Carolina Central University School of Law:
NCCU School of Law
640 Nelson Street
Durham, NC 27707
For additional information, visit the official North Carolina Central University School of Law website.