The National HBCU Pre-Law Summit addresses the unique challenges of students and graduates of HBCUs interested in going to law school and becoming lawyers.
Upon returning from a week-long academic exchange visit to Cuba, Interim University President James E. Lyons has announced the recent signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) and the University of Havana, indicating that both institutions desire “to establish collaborative relations between the two universities to promote […]
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch hosted a civil rights roundtable meeting at North Carolina Central University School of Law to address the current issues facing citizens. The topics discussed included human trafficking, hate crimes, voting rights, school safety and community-police relations. “It is truly an honor and pleasure to host this important conversation with our […]
If you’re a law student, you know how hard classes can be, and anything that will make it easier on you is a good thing. Some law students go so far as to outsource homework and major assignments. While we don’t recommend that, there are a few apps that may alleviate the need for more […]
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) College of Law achieved a 73.6 percent passage rate on the July 2014 Florida Bar Exam, besting the overall average for the second time within two years. FAMU’s 73.6 percent passage rate was higher than the overall average of 71.8 percent. “The latest results help to solidify the direction […]
Already one of the most well-known and respected HBCUs in the nation, Howard University of Washington, DC now has another proud distinction. In a recent National Law Journal & Legal Times article, Howard University School of Law was ranked among the top fifty law schools in the nation. Rankings were based on the number of […]