BUIES CREEK – Former Carolina Panthers standout and Nebraska Football Hall of Famer Mike Minter has been named head football… More on this post
BUIES CREEK – David Moffitt, an assistant professor of New Testament and Greek, is one of 10 young scholars from… More on this post
RALEIGH, N.C. – Campbell Law School Assistant Professor of Law Amos Jones delivered a lecture at Universidad de los Andes on Thursday, Nov. 22. Jones’ lecture, “The U.S. Presidential Election in Context: The Constitution, Racial Politics and the Future of Civil Rights Lawyering,” marked his first-ever appearance in South America. He has presented his research to audiences on three continents.
RALEIGH, N.C. – Campbell Law School students Scarlett VanStory and Hunt Willis advanced to the final four and authored the fifth-best brief at the recent National Moot Court Regional Competition (Region IV) in Richmond, Va. The competition was sponsored by the Virginia Bar Association.
RALEIGH, N.C. – A team of Campbell Law School students recently finished in the final four of the Buffalo-Niagara Mock Trial Competition among 32 teams. Coached by Campbell Law Professor Dan Tilly, students Keith Gordon, Leesa Poag, Andrew Shores, and Melanie Turnbull performed well against extraordinarily strong opponents. Three of the four participating Campbell Law students were taking part in their very first trial competition.
DUNN – When Gardner Altman, an attorney from White Oak, decided to donate his 1964 Corvette for a raffle to… More on this post
RALEIGH, N.C. – Campbell Law professor and former dean Melissa Essary received a 2012 Women of Justice Award from North Carolina Lawyers Weekly during a gala ceremony on November 15. The Women of Justice Awards annually recognize women across the state of North Carolina who have demonstrated leadership, integrity, service, sacrifice, and accomplishment in improving the quality of justice and exemplifying the highest ideals of the legal profession.