As a state in the “Bible Belt,” it is not uncommon to hear of a North Carolina public school being involved with religion to some degree, whether it be a teacher helping young students pray in class, a teacher participating in a See You at the Pole™ event, or school board members seeking to ...[Continue Reading]
Articles by Craig Dye
About Craig Dye (1 Articles)
Craig is a second-year law student at Campbell Law and currently serves as a Staff Writer 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 as a private investigator on behalf of multiple insurance companies before taking a position as a claims adjuster. 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. This fall, Craig and his co-counsel received the “Best Brief” award in the 2019 Richard A. Lord Intramural Moot Court Competition. His interests include insurance defense, labor & employment law, administrative law, health law, and real estate.