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Monetization of Memes: Who Owns Internet Culture?

October 13, 2021

John Travolta is confused.  He is confused in the doll aisle of a toy store, confused about an answer on the TV show Jeopardy!, and even confused and alone inside the late-night diner in Edward Hopper’s famous painting, “Nighthawks.”  But these are not promotional trailers for a new HBO Max ...[Continue Reading]

The Campbell Law Veterans Pro Bono Project: Discharge Upgrades

May 21, 2021

For two out of my three years at Campbell Law, I had the honor to serve as one of the Managing Partners for the Student Pro Bono Council’s Veterans Project. The Project was able to transition from not having any pro bono services to now the most recent recipient of the Outstanding Project in Pro Bono and Public Service award. This was all due to our recent restructuring of the Project and mission related to providing pro bono discharge upgrade services for veterans. Read below to learn more about the Project and the discharge upgrade process. ...[Continue Reading]

NRA Corruption Allegations and Gun Policy

April 21, 2021

With an annual spending budget of roughly $250 million, the National Rifle Association (NRA) is a highly influential force in American politics.  Established in 1871, the NRA has developed into one of the most influential advocacy organizations in the U.S. and boasts over five million members.  ...[Continue Reading]

Shedding Light on the Supreme Court’s Shadow Docket

April 2, 2021

The Supreme Court of the United States as an institution is often praised for its transparency and articulate reasoning that serves as a lodestar for judges, scholars, and law students.  When opinions are handed down, they are closely studied for legal arguments that eventually make their way back ...[Continue Reading]

Redlining In North Carolina: A Pervasive Legacy

March 19, 2021

It is no secret that North Carolina has a rather dismal history of upholding racial segregation.  In the Jim Crow era, cities like Winston Salem and Asheville embraced racist policies designed to enforce segregation, particularly in housing.  The legacy of these practices has led to devastating consequences that can clearly be seen today.  As national lawmakers and local leaders attempt to find a way to remedy the wrongs of the past, a clear-cut path has yet to emerge. ...[Continue Reading]
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