Campbell Law holds swearing-in ceremony for recent graduates

RALEIGH — Twenty-eight Campbell Law graduates participated in a swearing-in ceremony at the law school on Friday.

The Honorable Paul Ridgeway, a 1986 Campbell Law graduate, and the Honorable Bryan Collins, Jr., both North Carolina Superior Court Judges, administered the oath of office and led the swearing-in of Campbell Law alums who recently passed the July 2017 North Carolina Bar Examination.

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The ceremony offered graduates the opportunity to be sworn in as attorneys with the North Carolina State Bar at their alma mater with their family, friends, professors, classmates, and peers encouraging them and sharing the occasion. Each graduate took the oath of office as an attorney at law to support the Constitution of the United States.

“The annual swearing-in ceremony is one of our favorite events because it’s the final destination on a long and challenging educational and professional journey,” said Campbell Law Assistant Dean of External Relations Megan West Sherron. “It’s also the beginning of a new career in the legal profession, and it means a great deal to the administration, faculty, and staff that every year so many of our alums return home to share this special occasion with us.”