Campbell Law School Professor Tuneen Chisolm was awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor by the Campbell University Board of Trustees on Oct. 21.
Dean J. Rich Leonard said, “I am delighted that Professor Chisolm has reached this milestone, as she is a true leader in taking our school to new heights.”
A legal scholar in the areas of intellectual property and reparations, Chisolm focuses her research on exploration of whether the granting or restriction of certain intellectual property or intangible rights raises moral conflicts or equity issues. She has published or has articles forthcoming in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, the Yale Journal of Law and Technology, St. John’s Law Review and the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change.
She earned her Juris Doctor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where she was an associate editor and senior editor for the Law Review; she earned her Sc.B. in Engineering at Brown University; and earned her M.S. in Chemical Engineering at Lehigh University.
She is licensed to practice law in California, New York and Georgia.
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