Articles by Craig Dye

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About Craig Dye (3 Articles)
Craig is a third-year law student at Campbell Law and currently serves as Managing Editor for the Campbell Law Observer. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from Sam Houston State University. Prior to law school, Craig worked in the insurance industry for six years, beginning as a private investigator on behalf of multiple insurance companies and later as a claims adjuster for a large insurance company. After his first year in law school, he interned at American Family Insurance in St. Louis, Missouri, working with the in-house defense team handling litigation of insurance claims. Craig received a “Book Award” for receiving the highest grade in his Advanced Legal Writing class and “Honors” in an appellate brief writing course taught by former NC Solicitor General Matthew Sawchak. During his second year of law school, Craig and his co-counsel received the “Best Brief” award in the 2019 Richard A. Lord Intramural Moot Court Competition. After his second year of law school, he was a summer associate at The Law Offices of James B. Gillespie, Jr., PLLC, in Wilmington, NC, where he wrote federal court briefs to be filed on behalf of claimants seeking social security disability insurance. Craig is currently interning at Heidgerd & Edwards, LLP. His interests include real property, business law, education law, and insurance defense.