Articles by Landis Barber
About Landis Barber (4 Articles)
Landis is a third-year student at Campbell Law and currently serves as the Managing Editor for the Campbell Law Observer. Originally from Pittsboro, North Carolina, Landis majored in History and Political Science at UNC Charlotte. The summer after his first year in law school, Landis interned at the Chatham County District Attorney's Office. This past summer, he served as an intern in the UNC Athletic Department. He is currently serving as the SBA Treasurer and Co-Director of the Peer Mentor Program. He has also been a part of the Campbell Law Trial Team. He is interested in business, corporate, and sports law.
Former Adidas representatives are the first to be handed verdicts in the college basketball corruption trial.
Unknown to many viewers, the hit Netflix show Stranger Things has a strange real-life backstory. The creators of the show, the Duffer Brothers, are now being accused of plagiarism by short film director Charlie Kessler. ...[Continue Reading]
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) finds itself in further foul trouble as reports leak details regarding player payments at multiple universities. ...[Continue Reading]
The NCAA is in foul trouble after the FBI unveiled a major corruption scheme involving coaches, players, and marketing executives. ...[Continue Reading]