About Michelle Nunes (3 Articles)
Michelle is a third-year law student and serves as Managing Editor for the Campbell Law Observer. A North Carolina native, she was born and raised in Raleigh. Her love for the mountains drew her to study at Appalachian State University where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with a minor in English. Before beginning law school, Michelle worked for civil litigation firm, Blanchard, Miller, Lewis & Isley, as an Administrative Assistant. As a second-year student, she worked for Sparrow Law Firm as an Administrative Case Manager. Michelle is currently interning with the Office of the Federal Public Defender for the Eastern District of North Carolina. She is especially passionate about criminal law and procedure, constitutional jurisprudence, and privacy law.
About Bryant Pernell (5 Articles)
Bryant Pernell is a third-year law student at Campbell Law School and currently serves as a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Originally from Kenbridge, Virginia, Bryant attended the College of Charleston where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. Before law school, he worked as a real estate agent for Southern Virginia Realty, Inc., and interned at Harris, Mathews, & Crowder, P.C. While at Campbell Law, Bryant has served as Event Coordinator for Delta Theta Phi, a service-based fraternity, and is pursuing an LL.M in Legal Practice through Nottingham Trent University. He is interested in comparative legal studies, constitutional legal issues, and estate planning.
About Caleb Wheeler (3 Articles)
Caleb is a third-year law student at Campbell Law and currently serves as a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Being from the Western part of North Carolina, Caleb calls Lincolnton, North Carolina, home. He completed undergraduate studies at Pensacola Christian College where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in History with a minor in English. After his first year in law school, Caleb interned at Calhoun Law where he took part in matters of civil litigation. Caleb has also served as the Vice-President of the Christian Legal Society where he leads a Bible study for men. Caleb has also interned with the Williams Law Firm in Hickory, NC, partaking in real estate transactions and other transactional work related to business law and estate planning. His interests are criminal defense, real estate transactions, nonprofits, business law, and estates.
About Harrison Broadbent (6 Articles)
Harrison is a third-year student at Campbell School of Law and currently serves as an Associate Editor for the Campbell Law Observer. Originally from Wilmington, North Carolina, Harrison majored in political science and minored in sociology at N.C. State University. The summer after his first year in law school, Harrison interned at both the Supreme Court of North Carolina for the Honorable Senior Associate Justice Newby, and the McDonald Firm, PLLC in Wilmington, North Carolina. During his second year, Harrison interned at the Forrest Firm, LLC., served as the President of Christian Legal Society, and served as Dean of Delta Theta Phi Fraternity. During the summer of his 3L year, Harrison utilized the third-year practice rule by interning at the Wake County District Attorney’s Office. This fall, Harrison will intern at the United States Bankruptcy Court of the Eastern District of North Carolina for the Honorable Judge Warren. While at Campbell School of Law, Harrison earned his Masters in Trust and Wealth Management. He is interested in working in the public sector after graduating from school and taking the North Carolina BAR examination.
About Kerri Nottingham (4 Articles)
Kerri Nottingham, Associate Editor for the Campbell Law Observer, is a third-year student at Campbell Law and is dually enrolled in the Masters in Wealth and Trust Management program with Campbell University’s Lundy-Fetterman School of Business. Prior to law school, Kerri earned her bachelors and masters degrees from Campbellsville University, her doctorate from Capella University, and has been an adjunct professor of sociology and psychology for the past several years. Since completion of her first year of legal study, Kerri has worked as a research assistant for several Campbell Law faculty members and is a Student Associate and Social Media Specialist for LexisNexis. Kerri is also the current coordinator for the Service Animal Pro Bono Project, the president of the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund, and the vice-president of the Professional Law Student Association. Kerri’s professional interests include medical malpractice, professional liability, wealth management, and estate planning.
About Kevin Latshaw (3 Articles)
Kevin is a third-year student at the Campbell University School of Law and currently serves as the Editor-In-Chief for the Campbell Law Observer. Originally from Wilmington, North Carolina, Kevin majored in Integrated Marketing Communication and minored in Entrepreneurship at The University of North Carolina Wilmington. Before starting law school, Kevin spent a summer in Washington, DC studying regulatory framework for start-ups at the Duke Law D.C. Summer Institute on Law and Policy. During his second year of law school, Kevin and his co-counsel earned second place in the Richard T. Bowser Intramural Client Counseling Competition. Kevin is active on campus and serves as the President of the Professional Law Student Association, and previously served as Treasurer for the Lambda Law Society. Additionally, he serves as a third-year class Representative for the Student Bar Association and Chair of the SBA Budget Committee. During the summer of his 2L year, Kevin studied International and Comparative Law at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana. When he returned from his travels he served as a legal intern for the U.S. Committee on Refugees and Immigrants. He spent his summer with USCRI working Pro Bono on immigration matters for clients facing deportation and removal. This Fall, Kevin will be a Legal Extern in the General Counsel office of a large corporation in Raleigh, N.C. Kevin has interests in corporate business law as well as international law and relations.
About Michael Chaney (5 Articles)
Michael Chaney is a Campbell Law alumni and former Editor-in-Chief of the Campbell Law Observer. Originally from Roxboro, NC, Michael received his undergraduate degree from Campbell University, majoring in Homeland Security with concentrations in Terrorism and Intelligence, and minoring in Criminal Justice Administration. Michael currently serves as Co-Coordinator of the Domestic Violence Advocacy Pro Bono Project, which enables practice-certified law students to represent victims of domestic violence as they seek domestic violence protective orders. Michael is also a dual degree student, pursuing an LL.M in Legal Practice from Nottingham Trent University. During the Summer after his 2L year, Michael interned at the Johnston County District Attorney’s Office, where he was honored to work beside passionate public servants who truly sought justice in every case. His interests include criminal law, criminal procedure, investigative methodology, policing, constitutional jurisprudence, and national security.