RALEIGH, N.C. – Nearly 40 Campbell Law students participated in the Campbell Law Career & Professional Development Center’s third-annual Mock Interview Day on Friday, Jan. 31. Each student was paired with one of seven participating employers, five of which earned their juris doctor at Campbell Law, in an effort to improve their interview skills prior to seeking professional employment. Each participating employer volunteered their time to help better prepare the next generation of Campbell Law attorneys.
BUIES CREEK — More than 200 church youth from across the state will lead a concert on Feb. 8 at… More on this post
BUIES CREEK — Maren Hess has joined Campbell University as assistant provost for institutional research, assessment and accreditation. In this… More on this post
Buies Creek — Campbell University’s Divinity School played host to a delegation of Saudi Arabian scholars on Monday, Jan. 27. … More on this post
Campbell receives Initial Approval Status to start nursing program, enroll 1st students in fall 2014
BUIES CREEK — The N.C. Board of Nursing has granted Campbell University Initial Approval Status to start a Bachelor of… More on this post
RALEIGH, N.C. – Campbell Law Professor Margaret Currin has been elected to serve as the North Carolina Rules Review Commission (RRC) Chairman by a vote of the commission members. Currin was initially appointed to the commission by the North Carolina Senate in 2011, reappointed in 2013 and has served as the organization’s first vice chairman since her initial appointment.
BUIES CREEK — Duke University Hospital’s Chief Pharmacy Officer Paul Bush will deliver the keynote address at Campbell University’s College… More on this post
BUIES CREEK — Baritone DeMar Neal is bringing the classics back to Campbell University for a concert on Thursday, Jan.… More on this post
RALEIGH, N.C. – Campbell Law School Professor Matt Sawchak has been named to the 2014 North Carolina Super Lawyers Top 10 list. In addition to his faculty responsibilities at Campbell Law, Sawchak practices in business litigation, antitrust litigation and appeals with Ellis & Winters LLP.
RALEIGH, N.C. – Campbell Law School and the University of Reading have formed a collaborative partnership to award students an Advanced Certificate in International Business Law, as announced by Campbell Law Dean J. Rich Leonard. The partnership allows law school students to earn a widely-recognized international credential through courses taken exclusively at Campbell Law’s downtown Raleigh campus.