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Law educator

Charles Edward Daye, American law educator. Bar: New York 1970, District of Columbia 1971, North Carolina 1975, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1979. Member American Bar Association (member commission on minorities in the profn. 1990-1995), North Carolina Association Black Lawyers (Lawyer of Year 1980, president 1976-1978, executive secretary 1979-1999), North Carolina Bar Association.

Background

Daye, Charles Edward was born on May 14, 1944 in Durham, North Carolina, United States. Son of Eccleasiastes and Addie Lula (Roberts) Daye.

Education

Bachelor magna cum laude, North Carolina Central University, 1966. Juris Doctor cum laude, Columbia University, 1969. Doctor of Laws (honorary), Suffolk University, 1999.

Career

Bar: New York 1970, District of Columbia 1971, North Carolina 1975, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1979. Association Dewey, Ballantine, Bushby, Palmer & Wood, New York City,1969. Law clerk United States Court Appeals (6th circuit) 1969-1970.

Associate Covington& Burling, Washington, 1970-1972. Professor of law School Law, U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1972-1981, 85^, Henry Brandis Professor Law, 1991^. Dean, professor of law School Law, North Carolina Central U., Durham, 1981-1985.

Consultant North Carolina Department Administration, 1975. Member Triangle Housing Development Corporation, since 1973, chairman 1977-1993. Chair North Carolina Poverty Project, 1990^.

Achievements

  • Bar: New York 1970, District of Columbia 1971, North Carolina 1975, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1979.

Works

Religion

The bread and cup during Holy Communion symbolizes the broken body and shed blood of Christ that he offered for people the same way as he did for the disciples on the eve of his crucifixion.

Politics

The belief in religious freedom and its corollary, the separation of the institutions of church and state, come from the commitment to the authority of the Bible.

Views

Church members should meet regularly in order to be accountable to each other about how each person is living the Christian life.

Membership

Member American Bar Association (member of commission on minorities in the profn., 1990-1995, president law school admission county, 1991-1993), North Carolina Association Black Lawyers (Lawyer of Year 1980, president 1976-1978, executive secretary 1979^), North Carolina Bar Association.

Connections

Married Norma Lowery, December 19, 1976. Stepchildren: Clarence L. Hill, III, Tammy H. Roundtree.

father:
Eccleasiastes Daye

mother:
Addie Lula (Roberts) Daye

spouse:
Norma Lowery

children:
Clarence L. Hill Daye

III Daye

Tammy H. Roundtree Daye