RALEIGH — Campbell Law School will host a session of the North Carolina Court of Appeals beginning at 2 p.m on Monday, Feb. 12, 2024, in the Boyce Courtroom.
The presiding judges for this session will be made up of Campbell Law alumni — Judges Donna Stroud ’88, Toby Hampson ’02, Michael Stading ’06, John Tyson ’79, Allegra Collins ’06 and Jeff Carpenter ’03, Dean J. Rich Leonard has announced.
Campbell Law students are encouraged to attend the proceedings to view the presentation of two cases – one civil and one criminal, Leonard said.
Advocates for each case will present their oral arguments before the Court, which will review each case thoroughly before issuing judgments. Advocates will then have the option of appealing the ruling to the North Carolina Supreme Court.
The cases presented for this session will be COA23-650 State v. Fearns with Stroud, Hampson and Stading presiding and COA23-591 Jones v. N.C. Department of Public Safety with Tyson, Collins and Carpenter presiding.
A reception will be held immediately following the close of the afternoon session at 3:30 p.m. to provide students, faculty and staff the opportunity to speak with the judges.
To learn more visit https://www.nccourts.gov/courts/court-of-appeals.
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