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Founded in 1910, North Carolina Central University was the first publicly supported liberal arts college for African-Americans and is located close to what was once known as "The Black Wall Street. Today, this dynamic campus has a diverse student body enrolled... more.
Univ. of Pittsburgh School of Law
Co-Chair of the Board
Pennsylvanians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
Commission on Social Action for Reform Judaism
Co-Chair of the Board of Pennsylvanians
Episcopal Church of the Holy Cross
Temple Beth Or
Adat Shalom Synagogue
Member of the Board of Trustees
Citizens United for Alternatives
Member of the Abolitionist Action Committee
University of Georgia
Antioch School of Law
University of Toronto
Alternative Religions Educational Network - Archives
"What the council did was vote to waste the town's money," said Marshall Dayan, an assistant professor of law at N.C. Central University in Durham, N.C. "What the council is doing is endorsing one religion over another."
Dayan said he would be surprised if the Supreme Court even agreed to hear the town's appeal. He referred to the 1971 Lemon v. Kurtzman case, which ruled government officials can't act in such a way as to make people feel coerced toward one religion over another, Dayan said. "The court has said for the last 30 years states cannot favor one religion over another, religion over nonreligion or nonreligion over religion," Dayan said.
- Marshall Dayan, Assistant Professor at NCCU School of Law
Triangle Business & Professional Guild
Professor Marshall Dayan from NCCU School of law will lead the discussion and answer many of our questions and help us to understand the civil rights movement from and policy and law point of view.
HBCU Connect Event View
Speakers at this year¡¯s symposium include Rhoda Billings, former North Carolina Supreme Court Justice; Marshall Dayan, professor, NCCU School of Law; James Exum Jr., former Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court; Jane Howell, executive director of the Commission on Judicial Performance for the state of Colorado; Hank Van Hoy, former president of the North Carolina Bar Association; John Pelander, current Arizona Court of Appeals judge; Thomas Ross, former Director of the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts and Superior Court judge; Cathy Silak, former Idaho Supreme Court Justice; Fred Williams, professor, NCCU School of Law; Melvin Wright, executive director of the North Carolina Chief Justice¡¯s Commission on Professionalism; and James Wynn Jr., current North Carolina Court of Appeals judge
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Marshall Dayan, a constitutional law professor at N.C. Central University, said that theoretically, notifying a spouse should not create a problem, but when jurists started to dig deeper into the issue, they found some of the implications problematic, especially for women living in domestic violence situations. "I think this is going to be precisely the knockdown, drag-out political fight that people are expecting," Dayan said.