Campbell Law School

Andy Howell, Class of 2011

I grew up the son of a lawyer from a small town in western North Carolina. When I decided to follow in my father's footsteps, I knew that I wanted to attend a law school where I could learn the skills necessary to become a great "North Carolina" lawyer. Prior to arriving at Campbell, lawyers from across the state told me that I would receive a top-notch education. However, Campbell Law has far exceeded my expectations. In my three years at Campbell I have developed the skills and work ethic necessary to be successful once I leave law school. Campbell Law has taught me that hard work, commitment, and a positive attitude can help me achieve whatever goals I set for myself.

My time at Campbell has given me the added bonus of developing friendships with fellow students and faculty that will last a lifetime. From my first day at the old campus in Buies Creek through yesterday at the wonderful new Raleigh campus, I have consistently spent my law school days with kind, cheerful, and intelligent people who challenge me to be a better person both inside and outside the courtroom.

Andy currently serves as a law clerk to Judge Sam Ervin, IV with the North Carolina Court of Appeals.

Andy Howell, Class of 2011
BS, Criminal Justice, Appalachian State University; Boone, North Carolina