Campbell Law School

Academic Program


Campbell Law challenges you to learn using the highest standards of thinking, writing, and speaking. Students routinely make relevant and valid judgments, integrate values, and maintain the highest standards of professional excellence. Our rigorous, three-year Juris Doctor program requires a core track of courses and a total of 90 hours for graduation.

The curriculum stems from our commitment to a genuinely professional legal education, combining theoretical inquiry with practical skills development. As a result, you analyze the law, construct and evaluate legal arguments, and resolve legal problems.

Throughout your studies, you will have the opportunity to become equipped with comprehensive skills and experience in planning, counseling, negotiation, legal drafting, trial and appellate advocacy, and alternative forms of dispute resolution.

You will enjoy small class sizes in many of your courses and a faculty dedicated to mentoring. Upon graduation, you will enter the workforce confident that you are fully prepared for a successful legal career.

 The National Jurist ranked Campbell Law seventh in the country for smallest class sizes for first-year law students in October 2012. 

BAR EXAM SUCCESS

For the past 26 years, Campbell Law's overall record of success on the North Carolina Bar Exam has been unsurpassed by any other North Carolina law school.