Volunteerism at Campbell Law
Campbell Law students become effective advocates for legal and social justice in their local communities and throughout the world by understanding that reconciling differences is just as important as winning cases.
Recent examples of community involvement at Campbell Law include:
* Men’s Legal Caucus donating $6,500 to First Tee of the Triangle
* Observing National Pro Bono Week each October
* “When Duty Calls” clinic to assist veterans
* “Wills for Heroes” clinic aiding first responders
* Delta Theta Phi “Canned Immunity” food drive for Urban Ministries of Wake County
* Hispanic Law Student Association’s annual “Salsa Night” fundraiser for the Capital Area Teen Court
* Participation in the local Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation fundraising walk
* Observing Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with a day of service, including serving food at the Good Shepherd Soup Kitchen, assisting with thrift store donations at the Salvation Army Family Store, and packaging meals at the Alexander Family YMCA
* Partnering with Legal Aid of North Carolina to host a 50B Project Together training session
* Collecting more than 6,500 pounds of canned food for 2013 North Carolina Feeding Frenzy – more than any other law school in the state
* Discussing restorative justice with students at New Horizons Academy in nearby Durham, N.C.