Campbell Law School

J. Bryan Boyd

J. Bryan Boyd is an engaging teacher and an encouraging counselor to students both inside and outside the classroom since his arrival in 2003. Most recently, Prof. Boyd completed a term as the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.  He has also served as an Assistant Professor of Legal Writing and as the Director of the Professional Skills Program at the law school. 

Prior to coming to Campbell, Prof. Boyd served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Robert H. Edmunds, Jr. at the North Carolina Supreme Court. 

Prof. Boyd has a passion for teaching law students.  The student body recognized him three times as the most outstanding professor of the year, including his very first year teaching at Campbell Law School.  Prof. Boyd has taught a variety of courses on the topics of legal research and writing and appellate and trial advocacy.  He currently teaches in the area of criminal law and procedure.  In addition, he continues to teach a seminar on the North Carolina Supreme Court. 

Prof. Boyd remains committed to working with students, in the classroom as well as in the courtroom.  He has served as a coach to both national and regional champion moot court and trial teams.  In addition, his office remains open to students for any issues that might arise. 

Class offerings More ▼

Advanced Criminal Law Seminar
Appellate Advocacy
Criminal Law
Judicial Writing
Legal Research
Legal Writing
Moot Court
Pre-trial Litigation
Trial Advocacy

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Education More ▼

JD, Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, Campbell University
BA (Religion and Philosophy), Mars Hill College
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Law practice experience More ▼

Judicial Law Clerk, Justice Robert H. Edmunds, NC Supreme Court

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Memberships & affiliations More ▼

Member, North Carolina State Bar
Member, Tenth Judicial District Bar
Member, North Carolina Bar Association
Member, American Association of Law Schools
Member, Legal Writing Institute
Member, Order of Barristers

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