Featuring longer form articles, CLO award winners, and guest contributions from Campbell Law School professors and local attorneys.
Note from the Editor: Recently, the Campbell Law Observer hosted a write-on competition to recruit new staff writers and editors. Each student was to discuss the value of a law degree. As we all know, the value, or perceived value, of a law degree has changed. Below, you will find the ...[Continue Reading]
It has happened to many lawyers. After countless hours of negotiations, the parties believe they’ve reached a settlement agreement. But instead of rejoicing in the resolution, they find themselves locked in renewed conflict after the “deal” falls through. Usually this happens for one of ...[Continue Reading]
Recently, I have become more keenly aware of one of my quirkier attributes. I have an aversion to technology. I am a 27-year-old soon-to-be young professional who, for all intents and purposes, fears the inevitable direction that technology is moving. Two recent events spurred this ...[Continue Reading]