School of Law Hosts Community Workshops

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The North Carolina Central University School of Law will hold a series of free workshops for the community. All workshops will take place in the Turner Law Building at 6 p.m. The full schedule can be found below.

January 23: FSU Hazing Session        NCCU Law School
Panelists, students,and administrators from NCCU, WSSU, FSU, ECSU, and WSSUwill discuss various topicswithin the realm of hazing.January 28: Being an Organizational Champion:

Supporting the Organization and the Executive Director
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.

February 25: The Board’s Role: Fund Development & Financial Support
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.

February 26: NC Stand Your Ground Law and What it Means for You
Attorney Timothy J. Peterkin will be the moderator as panelist from NCCU, NCA&T, WSSU, FSU, and ECSU discuss the Stand your ground laws and what they mean for you.

March 5: Child Support Modification
In this session Attorney Nakia Davis will discuss what needs to be filed, who may file, when one may file, and where one must file for a child support modification.

March 7th – HLSA Deferred Action Clinic

March 25th – Stewarding the Organization’s Resources
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.

March 26: Child Support Show Cause Orders
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.

April 22nd – Managing Crises and Transitions
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.

April 23: Family Law Q&A
In this session Attorney Nakia C. Davis, supervising attorney for the Family Law Clinic at NCCU-School of Law, will answer YOUR questions relating to Child Custody, Child Support, and Divorce.

May 14: Family Law Q&A
In this session Attorney Nakia C. Davis, supervising attorney for the Family Law Clinic at NCCU-School of Law, will answer YOUR questions relating to Child Custody, Child Support, and Divorce.

May 27: A Conversation with NC Grant Makers and Philanthropic Organizations
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.

June 24: Final Remarks and Distribution of Certificates of Attendance
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.

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

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