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.
BUIES CREEK — The Campbell University Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine has worked with partner hospitals in North… More on this post
BUIES CREEK — Campbell University’s Department of Social Work and Social Work Club concluded their Hunger and Homelessness Week Friday… More on this post
Healthcare Management Club President Tiffany Seawell welcomes panelists for the business and medical schools’ joint panel discussion on health care… More on this post
BUIES CREEK — According to an independent analysis conducted by Mic, a news site geared toward the Millennial Generation, Campbell… More on this post
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.
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.
Events scheduled during Campbell’s Hunger & Homelessness Week 2014 include the third annual Hunger Banquet. Last year, several dozen students… More on this post
Colin Good, Class of 2017, Selected for AOA Council on Palliative Care Issues Student Representative
Colin Good, a member of the Inaugural Class at Campbell University’s Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM), was… More on this post