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Featuring longer form articles, CLO award winners, and guest contributions from Campbell Law School professors and local attorneys.
Despite strides to provide mental health coverage under the Affordable Care Act, there is still much to be done for the mentally ill. ...[Continue Reading]
A defendant's unique brain structure and circumstances should be examined before arguing for the application of the "heat of passion" defense to homicide. ...[Continue Reading]
The Children In Families First Act (CHIFF) fails to adequately adhere to existing international law or protect the interests of unparented children abroad. ...[Continue Reading]
The Treaty of Lisbon requires EU member states to allow the free movement of goods and services between them. ...[Continue Reading]
Smaller businesses looking to avoid the time and expense of international litigation have several options to choose from. ...[Continue Reading]
After a slow start, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act has become one of the biggest sources of fines collected by the U.S. Department of Justice. ...[Continue Reading]
Islamic banking institutions need to get creative in order to get around Sharia law's restrictions on traditional banking. ...[Continue Reading]
In a practice called "corporate inversion," American companies fleeing high corporate tax rates seek to reincorporate overseas. ...[Continue Reading]
The U.S. Supreme Court will soon decide whether employers must provide special accommodations for pregnant employees. ...[Continue Reading]
Ilya Shapiro of the Cato Institute gave a talk on current immigration issues at Campbell Law School on November 4, 2014. ...[Continue Reading]
This is a full recording of the debate hosted by the Federalist Society and the American Civil Liberties Union chapters of Campbell Law School. The speakers include Dr. John S. Baker, Jr. and Elizabeth Haddix. ...[Continue Reading]
A Muslim teenager who was denied a job because her hijab violated Abercrombie & Fitch's "Look Policy" is fighting back. ...[Continue Reading]
Presentation on poverty by Professor Gene Nichol, Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Center on Poverty at the University of North Carolina School of Law. ...[Continue Reading]