North Carolina should abandon its adherence to the recognition of alienation of affection as a valid cause of action. It is not only because of its antiquated and frankly sexist origins but also because it likely does not serve to protect marriages adequately. ...[Continue Reading]
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Reid Peterson is a second-year law student at the Campbell University School of Law and serves as a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Reid is from Greenville, North Carolina, and graduated from East Carolina University with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and a minor in History. During his time at East Carolina, he worked as an intern with the constituent services office of Congressman Walter B. Jones and the law office of Irons & Irons, P.A. Following his first year of law school, Reid worked as a summer associate at Colombo, Kitchin, Dunn, Ball & Porter, LLP, in Greenville, North Carolina. He also serves as a member of the Campbell Law Innocence Project. Reid’s professional interests include appellate, corporate, and real estate litigation. He enjoys playing golf, hunting, fishing, and spending time with family.