November 2014

Professor Lukasik cited by the North Carolina Court of Appeals

RALEIGH, N.C. – Campbell Law Assistant Professor Lisa Lukasik’s scholarly work was recently cited by the partial dissent in Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy Charter School, et al v. Cleveland County Board of Education, a decision of the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Lukasik’s article, –Deconstructing a Decade of Charter School Funding Litigation: An Argument for Reform,” was published in the North Carolina Law Review in 2012.

Poyner & Spruill, LLP to sponsor moot court team

RALEIGH, N.C. – Campbell Law Dean J. Rich Leonard announced today that Poyner & Spruill, LLP has offered a gift to the law school to support a moot court competition team. The firm’s gift will provide financial assistance to a group of Campbell Law students competing in The National Moot Court Competition.

Professor Osborn pens guest post on Patently-O

RALEIGH, N.C. – Campbell Law Associate Professor Lucas Osborn has authored a guest post on Patently-O, a leading patent law blog. The post, –Infringement by Sales and Offers to Sell,” discusses the Federal Circuit’s opinion in Halo v. Pulse.

Mills to lead Stubbs Bankruptcy Clinic

RALEIGH, N.C. – Campbell Law Dean J. Rich Leonard announced today that David F. Mills has been tapped to lead the Stubbs Bankruptcy Clinic effective December 1. Mills, a 1991 Campbell Law graduate, recently completed a five-year stint as county attorney for Johnston County, North Carolina. He will continue his private bankruptcy practice in addition to his duties at Campbell Law.

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