April 2014

Morse to receive Leadership Scholar Award

RALEIGH, N.C. – Incoming first-year student Jacob Morse has been selected to receive the Leadership Scholar Award from Campbell Law School. The award is one of three new, highly prestigious, full-tuition awards.

Supreme Court of Kentucky rules in favor of case argued by Professor Jones

RALEIGH, N.C. – The Supreme Court of Kentucky has unanimously agreed with the position of Campbell Law Assistant Professor of Law Amos Jones in a First Amendment case he argued in August. In Kirby v. Lexington Theological Seminary on Thursday, April 17, the court ruled in favor of his client, a tenured theologian, reversing a unanimous 2012 Court of Appeals decision against Dr. Jimmy Kirby.

Campbell Law takes part in Pinwheels for Prevention

RALEIGH, N.C. – Pinwheels adorn the exterior grounds of Campbell Law as the school participates in Prevent Child Abuse America’s (PCAA) Pinwheels for Prevention. A national event, Pinwheels for Prevention raises awareness to the harm that children can receive due to abuse, neglect, domestic violence, household substance abuse and other trauma.

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