RALEIGH, N.C. - Campbell Law School hosted its annual luncheon for scholarship donors on Wednesday, April 9. More than 70 donors, alumni, students, faculty, and staff members attended the event, including numerous distinguished Campbell Law alumni and former faculty members.
View the scholarship luncheon photo gallery on the Campbell Law School Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/campbelllawschool.
The annual event is an important one for the law school, as it provides an opportunity for scholarship donors and recipients to interact. The luncheon also serves as a platform for fellowship, as well as celebrating the hard work of law students throughout the academic year and the foresight of Campbell Law donors.
Second-year student Jamie Britt spoke to the importance of her scholarship and law school benefactors, elaborating on the substantial benefit that her scholarship has afforded her in pursuing a law degree. Britt is the recipient of a trio of scholarships, including the Minnie Deans Lamm Law Scholarship, the Melanie Ruth Callison Law Scholarship and the Jay-Merritt White Law Scholarship.
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