Articles by Carly Amendola
About Carly Amendola (2 Articles)
Carly Amendola is a third-year law student at Campbell University and serves as an Associate Editor and Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Carly grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Political Science in 2019. At Campbell, Carly is involved with the Moot Court team and the Death Row Visitation Project. Carly has completed externships at the Court of Appeals and Federal Public Defender’s Office during law school. After graduation, Carly will complete a one-year judicial clerkship with Judge Allegra Collins at the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Carly has a strong passion for social justice and is ultimately interested in pursuing a career in criminal law.
The North Carolina General Statutes are often ignored in the discussion of North Carolina greatness, but the statutes showcase hidden symbols that give deeper insight into our state’s history. ...[Continue Reading]
The use of no-knock warrants has increased exponentially over the last few decades, highlighting a fatal clash between no-knock warrants and the castle doctrine. The killing of Breonna Taylor has sparked public outcry and has thrust two competing legal principles – the no-knock warrant and the ...[Continue Reading]