To be our client’s first call to collaborate in developing creative solutions in response to challenges or barriers. To be recognized and utilized by those we serve as valued counselors in formulating, evaluating, and dispensing sound situational judgment and preventative legal and risk advice.
We are a dedicated team of legal advisors, counselors and professional staff committed to serving our clients by facilitating creative and collaborative solutions. We offer high-quality advice to assist our clients in their daily decision making and to further the university’s goals and initiatives. We counsel the university community on legal and risk management matters in a collegial, responsive manner. Our passion is service; our standard is excellence.
Who We Serve
We provide legal and risk management advice on a wide variety of matters to the Board of Trustees, the Chancellor, senior officers, other university administrators, and faculty and staff who are acting on behalf of the university. We do not represent or advise faculty, staff or students about personal legal matters. For personal legal advice, employees should consult a private attorney. NC State offers a pre-paid legal plan as an employee benefit. Please contact the NCSU Benefits Office to receive information about this service . The North Carolina State Bar and the North Carolina Bar Association offer many resources, including a Lawyer Referral Service. In addition, eligible individuals may qualify for free legal services with Legal Aid of North Carolina. Students should contact Student Legal Services or seek a private attorney.
This website is provided as a resource for learning basic legal competencies on a variety of topics that affect the university. Disclaimer Notice: These materials are presented here for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice on a particular matter. Legal advice must be tailored to the specific facts and circumstances relating to an issue. For legal advice on a particular university matter within your official responsibilities, please consult with a member of the Office of General Counsel.