SEATTLE, Washington — Dr. John Kauffman, dean of Campbell University’s Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine, was honored as… More on this post
BUIES CREEK — As an associate professor of English at Campbell University, Kenneth Morefield emphasizes to students he teaches in… More on this post
Pharmacy Dean Dr. Ronald Maddox, center, receives the 2014 Bowl of Hygeia RALEIGH — The North Carolina Association of Pharmacists… More on this post
BUIES CREEK — In 1985, Campbell’s late president Norman A. Wiggins and then-provost Jerry Wallace faced a daunting task. They… More on this post
RALEIGH, N.C. – Though Campbell Law School relocated to downtown Raleigh in 2009, its campus still feels a lot like the university’s main campus in Buies Creek. That’s in large part because of the strong pipeline that continues to exist between the law school and the undergraduate programs.
RALEIGH, N.C. – A team of five Campbell Law student advocates finished as national runners-up at the most prestigious trial advocacy competition in the country. Third-year students Terry Brown, Lauren Fussell, and Kaitlin Rothecker, and second-year students Zoe Hansen and Meredith Mercer reached the championship round of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy’s (NITA) Tournament of Champions, Oct. 16-19, at Baylor School of Law in Waco, Texas.
RALEIGH, N.C. – Four Campbell Law student advocates recently reached the semifinals of a national mock trial competition. Third-year students Lacy Mau-McDowell, Peyton Murray, Harsh Patel, and Emily Anne Smith finished in the top four of the Lone Star Classic Mock Trial Competition, Oct. 16-18, at Saint Mary’s School of Law in San Antonio, Texas. The team was coached by 2012 Campbell Law graduates Lauren Raynor and Maria Sotelo Hawkins.