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Lizzie Yelverton, Editor-in-Chief
About Lizzie Yelverton, Editor-in-Chief (9 Articles)
Lizzie Yelverton is a third year law student and serves as Editor-in-Chief for the Campbell Law Observer. She grew up in the small farming town of Eureka, NC, before moving to Raleigh to attend North Carolina State University. In 2015, Lizzie graduated from NC State with a Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in Philosophy. The year following her first year of law school, Lizzie worked as an intern for Senator Floyd B. McKissick, Jr. in the North Carolina General Assembly. Lizzie is the Public Relations Chair for Women in Law, as well as a member of the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund and the Campbell Law Innocence Project. She is currently working as a law clerk at the law office of Baddour, Parker, Hine, & Hale, P.C.

Transgender law—it’s more than just bathrooms

February 27, 2017

The Trump administration recently placed itself into the middle of the transgender law debate by rescinding previous federal guidance that allowed transgender students to use school bathrooms and changing facilities of their choice. Like most aspects of current transgender issues, the impact of the Trump administration’s decision has been widely debated. ...[Continue Reading]