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School of Law Hosts Community Workshops

The North Carolina Central University School of Law will host a series of workshops for the community focusing on child support and citizen rights. All events will be held in the Turner Law Building at 6 p.m.

Oct. 23: “Two Sides of Domestic Violence,” 6 – 7:30 p.m.
Attorneys Deria Hayes and Ralph Fraiser will discuss the perspectives of both the victim and the accused in domestic violence protective order proceedings.

Oct. 24: “Fair Housing” 6 – 7:30 p.m.
Attorneys Jack Holtzman and Carol Comrie will discuss housing issues, including what property is covered property, what are your rights, how to make a complaint, and whom to contact for help.

Oct. 29: “Nonprofit Governance and Management Series” 6 – 7:30 p.m.
Attorney Evan Lewis and nonprofit organization consultant Darryl Lester will discuss how to promote effective nonprofit governance by understanding both public interest and legal responsibilities.

Oct. 30: “Everything You Need to Know about Domestic Violence But were Afraid to Ask” 6 – 7:30 p.m.
Representatives from the NCCU Law Domestic Violence Clinic will answer questions that relate to domestic violence.

Nov. 6: “Child Support Show Cause Orders” 6 – 7:30 p.m.
Attorney Nakia Davis, director of the family law clinic at NCCU, will discuss what to do if you find yourself with a contempt order for nonpayment and face the possibility of incarceration.

To register, contact Michelle Roberts at 919-530-6601 or talias@nccu.edu. Registration is encouraged but not required.


Additional locations include:

Winston-Salem State University
1922 S Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

Fayetteville State University
1200 Murchison Road
Cook Building

Elizabeth City State University
More Hall, Room 124

North Carolina A&T University
2501 Yanceyville Street

To register, contact Michelle Roberts at 919-530-6601 or talias@nccu.edu. Registration is encouraged but not required.

With an award-winning, nationally recognized clinical legal education program, the NCCU School of Law is committed to serving North Carolina’s citizens and providing law students a clinical experience that suits their professional goals. Eleven clinics are offered: Dispute Resolution, Civil Litigation, Criminal Defense, Criminal Prosecution, Domestic Violence, Family Law, Juvenile Law, Pro Bono, Small Business, Street Law and Veterans Law.

Published: Tuesday, September 11, 2012
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