For more information or to get involved, please contact the Student Coordinator listed or the Director of Student Life & Pro Bono Opportunities.
Campbell Law Innocence Project (CLIP)
The Campbell Law Innocence Project (CLIP) partners law students with personnel at the NC Center on Actual Innocence to review, investigate, and make recommendations on criminal cases.
Project Coordinator: Alex Paschall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Capital Area Teen Court Project (CATCP)
Teen Court gives first-time youthful offenders a second chance, while also holding them accountable. Students volunteer to play the various roles in the court system.
Project Coordinator: Andrew Deschler at email@example.com.
The Child’s Advocate Project
Law students assist pro bono attorneys in representing children in high conflict custody cases referred to The Child’s Advocate/Legal Aid of NC by the Wake County Family Court.
Project Coordinator: Jared Simmons at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Child Permanency Appeals Project (CPAP)
In collaboration with the Wake County Attorney’s Office, students have the opportunity to write appellate briefs that respond to child placement appeals from the Juvenile Abuse, Neglect and Dependency Court.
Project Coordinator: Emily Anne Smith at email@example.com.
Death Row Visitation Project
In collaboration with the Center for Death Penalty Litigation, students are paired with death row inmates housed at Raleigh’s Central Prison. Students become temporary members of the inmate’s legal team and meet with the inmate regularly.
Project Coordinator: Rachel Goodling at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Domestic Violence Advocacy Project (DVAP)
Students are certified by the State Bar under the 3 semester practice rule to represent victims of domestic violence in domestic violence protective order hearings in Wake County. This project is in collaboration with Legal Aid of NC (Raleigh office) and the private bar who serve as supervising attorneys.
Project Coordinator: Amanda Brookie at email@example.com
The Reentry Project is a mobile initiative that interviews North Carolina citizens who may qualify for relief from the collateral consequences of having a criminal record. This project is in collaboration with Legal Aid of NC and the NC Justice Center.
Project Coordinator: Travis Albea at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In collaboration with Legal Aid of NC, students work with volunteer attorneys to provide legal information and assistance at local Stand Down Events to assist veterans with various legal issues.
Project Coordinator: William Pruden at email@example.com.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Project partners with the IRS to assist individuals who meet certain income qualifications to prepare and file tax returns. The program certifies Campbell Law students through an online certification course and exam.
Project Coordinator: Lauren Travers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wills/Advance Directives Project Close ▲
The Wills/Advance Directives Project pairs law students with private attorneys volunteering with Legal Aid of North Carolina (Pittsboro Office) to interview clients and assist with drafting appropriate documents including Wills, Power of Attorneys, Health Care POAs and Living Wills.
Project Coordinator: Cecilia Reyna at email@example.com.