Public Interest Law
Focusing on local, state, and national topics in areas of public concern, including education, public policy, and constitutional matters.
Statelessness is a legal issue affecting millions of people around the world, but what does it truly mean to be stateless and what can we do to help those who are? ...[Continue Reading]
Many policymakers across the United States have argued that arming school staff may be the most effective way to prevent a shooting or stop one that has already begun. ...[Continue Reading]
Defendant lawmakers argue the shifting of voters was a ripple effect required to remedy the constitutional defects.
Every attorney is all but guaranteed to encounter clients with either acute or chronic mental health conditions that will have some bearing upon their case – from their capacity to simply convey the facts of their situation in an intake interview to the presentation of an insanity defense to the ...[Continue Reading]
The debate surrounding North Carolina’s Certificate of Need (“CON”) Law is not new, nor has a clear winner ever been declared. That may be about to change. A 2018 lawsuit filed by a Winston Salem surgeon will potentially set the stage for courts to declare a winner. North Carolina’s ...[Continue Reading]
RALEIGH—For the second straight year, Campbell Law’s Women in Law Student Organization will participate in the annual Gail Parkins Ovarian Cancer Walk and 5K Run. The event will occur at Sanderson High School in Raleigh, North Carolina, on Saturday, October 27, 2018. Several members of the ...[Continue Reading]
Individuals with disabilities are uniquely vulnerable during natural disasters, and often do not receive adequate assistance in the aftermath. ...[Continue Reading]
While there are many emotional and/or legal reasons for adult adoptions, there are also numerous accompanying public policy issues. ...[Continue Reading]
Staff writer Eric Ditmore recently interviewed Ronald Dowdy, a resident of Fayetteville, recounting Ronald’s experience during a recent traffic stop and explaining what North Carolina may be doing to help. ...[Continue Reading]
After wealthy Fayetteville businessman Mike Lallier was charged with criminal sexual misconduct with a minor, a judge’s decision to issue a gag order about the matter provoked serious debate. ...[Continue Reading]
After a 23-month old child died after being found unresponsive in a pond by his house, the NC legislature proposed a bill to improve DSS observations and hopefully save lives. ...[Continue Reading]
HB2 was repealed by the General Assembly, and has been replace by House Bill 142, a less restrictive bill, which still leaves some voters unhappy. ...[Continue Reading]
The rising routes and alternatives to getting a law license include the end of traditional college. ...[Continue Reading]
Veterans who have been appointed a guardian due to physical or mental incapacity, may now have more accessibility to firearms. ...[Continue Reading]