Articles by Kaitlin Autrey
About Kaitlin Autrey (3 Articles)
Kaitlin is a third-year student at Campbell Law and is a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Kaitlin is from western North Carolina and calls the mountains home. Prior to law school, Kaitlin received her undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where she majored in English Literature and Political Science. During college, Kaitlin worked for Guardian Ad Litem and developed a passion for working with children. Kaitlin has served as the president of Students Protecting Minors and volunteers with Capital Area Teen Court. This past summer she interned with Legal Aid of North Carolina as a Martin Luther King, Jr. Fellow and will resume her internship with a local family law office this fall. Her interests include child advocacy, family law, and education law.
Automated vehicles with automated driving abilities have become a far more common sight recently. Regardless of who or what may be at fault for accidents involving autonomous cars, it is clear that the law on the subject will have to soon address this issue. ...[Continue Reading]
As North Carolina continues to reopen, many employers are left wondering the extent of their liability for employees contracting COVID-19. The debate on the matter has ranged from desperate pleas of employees to hold employers liable for unsafe work environments, to demands for civil immunity by ...[Continue Reading]
Many believe that one positive of the current health crisis is that children are not particularly vulnerable to the virus, but the youngest among us may bear the greatest trauma. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has stated that one of the most vulnerable demographics during the COVID-19 ...[Continue Reading]