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Articles by Leslie Underwood, Former Associate Editor

Leslie Underwood, Former Associate Editor
About Leslie Underwood, Former Associate Editor (10 Articles)
Leslie graduated from Campbell Law School in 2013. She is a native of Four Oaks, North Carolina. In 2010, Leslie graduated summa cum laude from North Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and a minor in Political Science. Leslie participated in numerous moot court competitions, served as a 2012 Graduation Marshal, and worked as a Graduate Assistant in the Campbell Law Career Center. From 2007 to 2010, she was a file clerk at Coats & Bennett, PLLC. In the Summer of 2011, she was an intern at North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State. She was also a summer associate at Smith, Debnam, Narron, Drake, Saintsing & Myers, LLP and externed in the Chambers of the Honorable Linda Stephens at the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
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The Pros and Cons of a “Do it Yourself” Divorce

June 12, 2012

“Do it yourself” became a common phrase in the English language around the 1950’s, and originally referred to home improvement projects individuals could complete without hiring a professional.  Today, a multitude of magazines, websites and even television networks are devoted to “DIY” ...[Continue Reading]

Pinning Your Way into Legal Trouble

May 21, 2012

One social networking site, Pinterest, allows its users to share photos of Do-It-Yourself crafts and the like.  These photos are then “pinned” by other Pinterest account holders to their personal virtual bulletin board for all to see and “re-pin.”  In February 2012, Business ...[Continue Reading]

Is Your Smartphone Smart Enough to Evade the Police?

April 20, 2012

With each new generation of the iPhone or the release of a new Android application, the capabilities of cell phones and the information they can store increase exponentially. In a time of ever-growing technology and intense competition for a piece of the market share, even the “dumbest” of ...[Continue Reading]