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Articles by Kathryn Barge Jagoda, Former Associate Editor

Kathryn Barge Jagoda, Former Associate Editor
About Kathryn Barge Jagoda, Former Associate Editor (10 Articles)
Kathryn graduated from Campbell Law School in 2013. During law school, Kathryn committed her time outside of the classroom to developing a future law career in public service. The summer after her first year of law school, Kathryn interned with the North Carolina Department of Justice in the Transportation Section. During her second year, Kathryn was an intern in both the Federal Public Defender's Office and the office of the Raleigh City Attorney. Kathryn spent her following summer as an intern for Judge Ann Marie Calabria at the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Kathryn also served as the vice-president of Campbell's Military Law Student Association, in part to honor the first twenty years of her life spent as an "Army Brat."
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Can States Legalize the Use of Marijuana?

November 8, 2012

The November 2012 Election will be remembered for many reasons.  One of the most memorable and toughly fought presidential campaigns ended in a decisive win for President Barack Obama.  The balance of power in the United States Congress remained unchanged, but this 113th Congress will begin its ...[Continue Reading]

The Virtual Legal Market

June 20, 2012

In today’s market, a sizable portion of the population neither has access to nor cannot afford full legal representation.  Limited scope representation, or unbundled legal services, can be an attractive option to both an attorney and a client.  Unbundled legal services are more limited in ...[Continue Reading]

The Future of Strip Searches

May 22, 2012

The Fourth Amendment, originally adopted in the Bill of Rights in response to abuse of the writ of assistance (a type of general search warrant) during the American Revolution, contains the well-known prohibition against unreasonable searches and seizures.  The rights granted by this amendment ...[Continue Reading]

The Future of Fracking in North Carolina

April 16, 2012

Why North Carolina? North Carolina is situated in the middle of a controversial debate about the extraction of natural gas, which can be used as an energy resource.  Hydraulic fracturing, known colloquially as fracking, has been the center of discussion among community leaders, lawmakers, and ...[Continue Reading]