About Anna Somberg (0 Articles)
Anna Katherine Somberg is a third-year law student at Campbell University and serves as a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. She is originally from Burlington, NC and attended the University of North Carolina Wilmington where she received a Bachelor's degree in Criminology with Honors and a minor in Political Science. Anna Katherine's areas of interest include juvenile justice, criminal justice, and post-conviction. She is a current criminal defense and post-conviction intern at Dobson Law Firm, PLLC.
About Cameron Kelshaw (2 Articles)
Cameron is a second-year, FLEX student at Campbell University School of Law and is a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Originally from North Myrtle Beach, SC, Cameron attended Campbell University in Buies Creek, NC to play football and earn a Bachelor's degree in Political Science. He enjoys hanging out with friends, playing golf, and attending Carolina Hurricanes games. Cameron's areas of interest include sports law, criminal law, and immigration law.
About Constance Birden (0 Articles)
Constance Birden is a second-year FLEX student at Campbell University School of Law and serves as a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Constance grew up in a military family. Before settling in Goldsboro, NC, she lived throughout the United States and Europe. She attended North Carolina Central University, earning a bachelor's degree in Environmental Science. Constance has more than a decade of experience as a regulatory and compliance professional. Her areas of interest include administrative law, business law, and intellectual property.
About David Fowler (2 Articles)
David is a second-year law student at Campbell University School of Law and is a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Born and raised in Durham, NC, David shipped off to Boston after high school to receive a degree in International Relations from Tufts University. Following stints at a youth sports non-profit and a fiber-optic internet startup in Boston and New York respectively, David moved back to North Carolina in 2019. When he’s not annoying his wife with arcane soccer and beer brewing facts, he enjoys hiking, cooking, exploring local craft breweries, and generally hanging out with his dog, Porter. David’s professional interests include legal technology, media law, and the impact of the internet on the law.
About Jaclyn Garcia (1 Articles)
Jaclyn Garcia is a second-year law student at Campbell University and serves as a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Originally from Hamilton, New Jersey, she attended Rider University where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and International Business, along with a Master’s degree in Business Administration. Coming to Campbell with nearly a decade of work experience under her belt, Jaclyn is involved with several student-run organizations such as Women in Law, the Intellectual Property Society, the International Law Association, and the Business Law Association, where she currently serves as Treasurer. She has an interest in all areas of business law, specifically those pertaining to contracts, data privacy, mergers and acquisitions, and start-ups.
About Joshua Waters (1 Articles)
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About Leanne McAbee (3 Articles)
LeAnne McAbee is a current 2L and serves as a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. She is from Wilkesboro, North Carolina, and attended undergrad at UNCG where she obtained a degree in Liberal Studies, with a concentration in Humanities. Her areas of interest include juvenile defense, education law, and property law.
About Maison Bergeron (0 Articles)
Maison Bergeron is a second-year law student at Campbell University and serves as a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Maison grew up in Westfield, Massachusetts, and graduated from Westfield State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Political Science in 2020. At Campbell, Maison is involved with the Expunction project, and pro bono work with at-risk juveniles through the Restorative Justice Clinic. Maison has completed an internship at the Wake County Courthouse and currently works at a family law firm in Raleigh. She has an interest in family law and collaboration, and also enjoys topics that deal with the intersection between legal data and technology.
About Miranda Cromley (1 Articles)
Miranda Cromley is a second-year law student at Campbell University School of Law and serves as a staff writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Miranda attended Barton College in Wilson, NC, where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Social Work. At Campbell, Miranda is involved with the Moot Court team, the Old Kivett Advocacy Council, and Women in Law. Miranda also works in the Communications and Marketing Office at Campbell Law, and as a research assistant for Harris & Hilton, PA.
About Rachel Byrd (1 Articles)
Rachel Byrd is in her second year of law school, and she is a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina, Rachel went to UNC-Wilmington where she received her undergraduate degree, majoring in Criminology, and minoring in Business and Psychology. Her interests include criminal law, governmental law, and criminal procedure.
About Ryan Feeley (0 Articles)
Ryan Feeley is a second-year law student and serves as a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Originally from Charlotte, NC, Ryan moved to Raleigh to attend undergrad at North Carolina State University where she studied Political Science and French. During her time at Campbell, Ryan has worked for a real estate law firm and currently works at a business law firm in north Raleigh. Ryan’s practice areas of interest include corporate, real estate, and environmental law. In her free time, Ryan enjoys spending time with her family on Hilton Head Island and cheering on the New England Patriots and Boston Bruins.
About Sarah Varela (0 Articles)
Sarah Varela is a second-year law student at Campbell University School of Law and is a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. She is from Fuquay-Varina, NC, and graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with a Bachelor's degree in Sociology and Comparative Literature. Sarah also works as a Legal Research and Writing Scholar and a Research Assistant for Professor Fields. She is interested in public interest law, especially housing law, criminal justice, and labor law. When she is not working, Sarah can be found cheering for the Las Vegas Raiders and the Carolina TarHeels, and spending time with dog, Nudge.
About Taylor Lammonds (0 Articles)
Taylor Lammonds is a third-year law student at Campbell University and serves as a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Taylor grew up in Bostic, North Carolina and moved to Raleigh to attend North Carolina State University. Taylor graduated from North Carolina State University with a major in Political Science and a Minor in History. At Campbell, Taylor has been involved in the Moot Court Team and currently serves as a Bluebook Editor for Campbell’s Law Review. Taylor has completed multiple internships working with in house legal counsel and has served as an extern for the Johnston County District Attorney’s Office. Taylor has a wide range of interest in areas of the law ranging from data and technology to criminal law.
About Theresa DiCenzo (0 Articles)
Theresa is a second-year student at Campbell University School of Law and is a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Originally from Charlotte, NC, Theresa attended East Carolina University and earned a Bachelor's degree in Communication and Public Relations. Theresa enjoys spending time with friends and family, practicing yoga, and running with her Aussie, Lucca. Theresa's areas of interest are crisis management as it pertains to the legal field, data privacy, and artificial intelligence regulation.
About Virginia Walker (0 Articles)
Ginny is a third-year law student at Campbell University School of Law and is a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Originally from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Ginny attended UNC-Wilmington where she received her undergraduate Business Marketing degree. Following undergraduate studies, Ginny worked in banking for three years where she helped small business owners. Since beginning law school, Ginny completed an externship at the Bankruptcy Court as well as internships for several business law firms. Currently, Ginny works as an Estate Planning and Fiduciary Law Research Assistant. Her primary interests include trust and estate law, advising start-ups, and transactional business law.