Campbell Law is among the Triangle Business Journal‘s 20 winners of its 2019 Corporate Philanthropy Awards.
This year’s award winners were chosen from a pool of more than 70 nominees whose applications were submitted online for consideration. The winners comprise various nonprofit entities, corporations both large and small, and individuals who have gone above and beyond to make a difference in the local community.
Campbell Law, which highlighted the pro bono work of its clinics and students in the community in its application for the award, is the first higher education institution to win this honor. This is the third year of this event, the TBJ confirmed.
The winners will be honored at an awards luncheon on June 5 at Prestonwood Country Club in Cary.
“Often, the level of corporate citizenry mirrors the quality of life in our communities,” says Jason Christie, publisher of TBJ, in the announcement. “The Triangle area is fortunate to have so many passionate and helping nonprofits and individuals that are being guided and supported by committed companies across all industries.”
The winners and the categories in which they won will be announced at the event, and profiles of each will be published as part of a special section in the June 7 subscriber edition of TBJ.
This most recent accolade arrives during Campbell Law’s 10/40 celebration, marking the 40th anniversary of its first graduating class and 10th anniversary of its move to downtown Raleigh.