Amid government efforts to quell correspondence of prisoners, prisoners seek to enforce their fundamental First Amendment free speech rights, compelling federal courts to discharge their duty to protect them and create a clear standard by which the government should be bound in preserving this Constitutional covenant. ...[Continue Reading]
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Robyn Sanders is a third-year law student at Campbell Law and currently serves as a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Master of Arts in Public Administration with a focus in public policy, graduating with High Honors, from North Carolina State University. She has policy analysis experience in both the public and private sectors and has completed externships with multiple judges and justices in the state and federal judiciary. During her second year of law school, Robyn was a member of the nationally-ranked Campbell Law School Mock Trial Team, where she and four other second-year students won second place out of twenty-four nationally-ranked teams at the Lone Star Classic in San Antonio, Texas. Robyn also served on the Executive Board of the Campbell Black Law Student Association and received a “Book Award” for receiving the highest grade in her Constitutional Law II and Advanced Legal Writing classes. After her second year of law school, she was a summer associate at Ellis and Winters, LLP in Raleigh, NC, where she worked in their civil and appellate litigation sections. Following graduation, Robyn will serve as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Justice Anita Earls at the North Carolina Supreme Court. Her interests include civil rights, constitutional, and appellate litigation.