RALEIGH, N.C. –Campbell Law School Vice Dean Keith Faulkner participated in Legal LINK this past Friday, Feb. 3 at Northern Durham High School. Hosted by the North Carolina Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division, Vice Dean Faulkner took part in a panel discussion alongside North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Barbara Jackson, North Carolina Bar Association Past-President Charles Becton, and attorney James Hash.
Campbell Law School Vice Dean Keith Faulkner addresses students at Northern Durham High School.
Vice Dean Faulkner offered comments on leading by example as part of the discussion for a group of hand selected students thought to have significant leadership potential.
Legal LINK (leadership, information, networking, and knowledge) aims to inform a diverse group of high school students about law school and the legal profession, while encouraging them to consider practicing law as a viable option for their careers.
“It was my distinct pleasure to speak with this group of future leaders,” said Faulkner. “I enjoyed having the opportunity to inform students about the practice of law, and it is my hope that those students will give serious thought to the possibility of serving their community through practice. I applaud the Young Lawyers Division for coordinating this series of events and helping to develop tomorrow’s leaders.”
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