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Articles by Clint Davis, Editor-in-Chief

Clint Davis, Editor-in-Chief
About Clint Davis, Editor-in-Chief (15 Articles)
Clint Davis is a third year law student and serves as the Editor-in-Chief for the Campbell Law Observer. Before law school, Clint served as a police officer for seven and a half years in Williamston, N.C. He graduated from the University of Mount Olive in the Spring of 2013 with a degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology. During his 1L summer, Clint studied abroad at the University of Cambridge (UK) with a focus on the law of the European Union and comparative data privacy. He has worked for the Honorable Wanda G. Bryant at the North Carolina Court of Appeals, the Honorable Seth Edwards at the Martin County District Attorney's Office, and the Honorable Susan Doyle at the Johnston County District Attorney's Office. Clint is a member of the Campbell Moot Court Team as well as a Campbell Law Honor Court justice.
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How do you say no when you cannot say no?

November 16, 2015

When it comes to refugees seeking asylum in the European Union (“EU”), it is not as easy as “just saying no.” Legally speaking, human rights trump all, regardless of the cost. This has created a Catch-22 that is testing the mettle of the twenty-eight member states. ...[Continue Reading]