- Rules of evidence v. Constitutional protections: a battle of authorities
- Jewish community under attack as white nationalist movement gains popularity.
- Understanding Kolbe v. Hogan and what it means for gun owners in the United States of America.
- The Uniform Bar Exam, next stop: North Carolina
- Barbeque in danger: litigation floods NC hog farming industry
Featuring longer form articles, CLO award winners, and guest contributions from Campbell Law School professors and local attorneys.
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]
Duke Energy’s Coal Ash Spill that contaminated the Dan River raises questions about the balance between state regulation and the pro-business agenda of North Carolina leaders. ...[Continue Reading]
We outgrew our old digs—in a good way—and have transitioned to the post-Pinterest web. ...[Continue Reading]
The question of whether to extradite Amanda Knox—should Italy make such a request—transcends purely legal questions and implicates political and foreign policy concerns as well. ...[Continue Reading]
Popular culture provides a few contrasting views of Eros and Agape, which hold some insight into thinking about how the law receives psychological legitimacy. ...[Continue Reading]
BY: KRISTOPHER HAWKINS, Guest Contributor Editor’s Note: The Campbell Law Observer has partnered with Judge Paul C. Ridgeway, Resident Superior Court Judge of the 10th Judicial District, to provide students from his International Business Litigation and Arbitration seminar the ...[Continue Reading]
Editor’s Note: The Campbell Law Observer has partnered with Judge Paul C. Ridgeway, Resident Superior Court Judge of the 10th Judicial District, to provide students from his International Business Litigation and Arbitration seminar the opportunity to have their research papers published ...[Continue Reading]