Campbell Law School

Course Catalog

Campbell Law School offers students a wide variety of courses. Below is a list of courses being offered during the current 2015-16 academic year (or which were offered in a recent academic year).


Administrative Law
Advanced Criminal Law Seminar: The Wire
Advanced Legal Research
Advanced Negotiation and Analysis
Advanced Trial and Appellate Advocacy
Bankruptcy Clinic
Bankruptcy Reorganizations Seminar
Business Organizations
Business Planning
Christian Perspectives on Legal Thought
Civil Procedure I & II
Client Counseling
Complex Litigation
Conflict of Laws
Constitutional Law I & II
Constitutional Law: Current Issues Seminar
Construction Law
Contract Planning
Contracts I & II
Copyright Law
Corporations:  From Formation to Major Transactions I & II
Criminal Law
Criminal Procedure
Criminal Procedure Adjudication
Crimmigration Law
Current Appellate Issues
Current Topics in Legal Ethics
Education Law
Elder Law Planning
Employment Discrimination
Employment Relations
Energy and Mining
Environmental Law
Family Law
Family Law Planning
Federal Courts
Federal Crimes
Federal Criminal Defense Planning
Financial Accounting for Lawyers
Firearms Law and the Second Amendment
Government Litigation
Health Law
Homeowners Association Law and Planning
Immigration Law
Income Taxation
Insurance Law
Intellectual Property
International Business Litigation and Arbitration
International Business Transactions
International Trade Law
Introduction to Legal Theory: Ancient to Modern
Introduction to Public International Law
Judicial Process
Jury Selection
Juvenile Abuse, Neglect, and Dependency Law
Land Use Regulation
Law and Public Policy
Law Practice Management
Legal Research and Writing I & II
Local Government Law
Mediation Advocacy
Military Law and American Society
North Carolina Criminal Defense Advocacy I, II
North Carolina Prosecution Advocacy I, II
Panama Mission
Patent Law
Patent Preparation and Prosecution
Plea Bargaining
Practicing Before the North Carolina Clerks of Superior Court
Pretrial Litigation
Products Liability
Professional Responsibility and Ethics
Property I & II
Public School Law Litigation Seminar
Race, Justice and American Law
Real Estate Finance
Real Property Planning
Restorative Justice Clinic
Sales and Leases
Scientific Evidence
Secured Transactions
Securities Regulation
Senior Law Clinic
Special Education Law
Sports Law
Start Your Own Law Firm
State Constitutional Law
Taxation of Business Entities
The Black American Lawyer
Torts I & II
Trademark and Unfair Competition
Traditional and Social Media Law Problems and Solutions
Trial Advocacy
Twentieth Century Legal Theory
Wills and Trusts
Workers' Compensation Law and Practice
"I know that no matter where I end up working, I will be a better attorney and a better person because I went to Campbell Law."
Jena Edelman, Class of 2011