Office of Legal Affairs
The Office of Legal Affairs mission is to provide Fayetteville State University with the highest quality legal representation. In so doing, the Office of the General Counsel seeks to limit FSU's legal exposure by minimizing legal risks and costs, reducing the need for litigation, and ensuring compliance with state and federal laws, as well as University of North Carolina and FSU policies and procedures. In support of its mission, the staff in the Office of the General Counsel is committed to acting with reason, knowledge of the law and integrity.
The Office of Legal Affairs represents Fayetteville State University and provides advice and counsel to members of the University community based upon what is in the best interest of FSU. Advice and counsel is provided to a member of the University community solely within the context of the course and scope of the individual's employment with or as an agent of the University. The Office of the General Counsel does not provide legal services or advice to employees or students regarding personal matters. Employees and students should consult a private attorney for personal legal concerns.
The information contained at this site, and any related links, is not a substitute for professional legal counsel. Legal advice can only be provided with a reference to all the facts of a specific situation. This information, therefore, must not be relied on as a substitute for obtaining legal advice.