RALEIGH, N.C. – Campbell Law School Associate Professor Kevin Lee and Assistant Professor Amos Jones will present on separate topics at the Law & Society Association’s annual meeting on Friday, May 29 in Seattle, Washington. Lee will offer –Cognitive Substance and Political Discourse: Embodied Cognition and the Habermasian View of Political Discourse,” while Jones will present –Foundationalist Epistemologies: From •Religion and Law’ to •Theology and Legal Systems.'”
Throughout a series of interviews with Campbell.edu, Dr. Jerry M. Wallace has talked about how his childhood, college and preaching experiences influenced him and helped shaped his tenure as Campbell’s president. In the fifth installment, Wallace talks about the past 12 years as president.
Dr. Brian A. Kessler, DO FACOFP, is the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs at Campbell University Jerry M. Wallace School… More on this post
BUIES CREEK — Campbell Business School is serving as the host of the 46th annual Southeastern Trust School (SETS), May… More on this post
BUIES CREEK — Campbell Business Associate Professor and MBA Program Director Dr. Edward Fubara recently traveled to Haiti in an… More on this post
Tuesday evening update (May 26): Campbell University librarian Steve Bahnaman’s run on the ABC game show “500 Questions” came to… More on this post
RALEIGH, N.C. – Campbell Law School Associate Professor Kevin Lee recently authored a piece for Bloomberg BNA’s Legal Communities Big Law Business blog. The piece, –Looking at Law in the New Tech Era,” addresses how advances in technology and communication are changing the practice of law, and provides five strategies for thriving in the new tech era.