- Bird scooters: Legitimate methods of urban transportation or instruments of mayhem?
- Stopping School Violence Starts with Understanding Who Attacks Schools: Leveraging Local Opportunities to Reduce Violence by Students
- The boundaries of boundless cell phone searches at the border
- Parkland shooting survivors: “thoughts and prayers” no longer enough
- Unlock the source of your greatness…at a dangerous cost
Featuring longer form articles, CLO award winners, and guest contributions from Campbell Law School professors and local attorneys.
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]
Watch the full recording of the Supreme Court of North Carolina Judicial Election Forum hosted by Campbell Law School. ...[Continue Reading]
Watch the full recording of the Court of Appeals of North Carolina Judicial Election Forum hosted by Campbell Law School. ...[Continue Reading]
Watch the full recording of the Wake County District Attorney debate that was hosted by Campbell Law School on September 25, 2014. ...[Continue Reading]
North Carolina's new voter identification law, made possible by the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in Shelby County v. Holder, may prevent thousands of voters from participating in upcoming elections. ...[Continue Reading]
Case calendaring in North Carolina has evolved to become a collaborative process between key players in the state's criminal justice system. ...[Continue Reading]
The federal government's current data mining policies might violate our Fourth Amendment right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures. They might also be saving us. ...[Continue Reading]
Legislative prayer is both coercive and divisive. This is why the Supreme Court got it all wrong.
Students get a new perspective—practicing law is not about what you want to do for a living, but who you feel called to serve. ...[Continue Reading]
Retailers have begun using signals from cell phones to track individuals’ movements within their stores. ...[Continue Reading]
North Carolina’s new law broadly limits employers’ inquiries about expunged records. ...[Continue Reading]