Campbell Law students become effective advocates for legal and social justice in their local communities and throughout the world by understanding that reconciling differences is just as important as winning cases. Students participate in community service projects and fundraisers to support local charities that are organized by student groups and the Student Bar Association’s Community Cares Committee. In addition, incoming first-year students participate in a “1L Day of Service” to benefit the local community.
Examples of community service at Campbell Law include:
- Women in Law cookbook fundraiser
- Men’s Legal Caucus annual golf tournament fundraiser to support the First Tee of the Triangle
- Delta Theta Phi’s “Canned Immunity” canned food drive to benefit the local food bank
- Hispanic Law Student Association’s annual “Salsa Night” fundraiser to benefit students engaged in public interest work within the local Hispanic/Latino community in collaboration with Legal Aid of North Carolina
- Delta Theta Phi and the Military Law Student Association’s annual “Casino Night” to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project
- Black Law Student Association’s skate night fundraiser to benefit My Goal, Our Mission, Inc.
- Volunteering at the Shepherd’s Table Soup Kitchen in Raleigh
- Participation in the annual North Carolina Bar Association’s Feeding Frenzy to fundraise and collect food to benefit the local food bank; Campbell Law came in first place in the law school competition in 2013 and second place in 2014
- Military Law Student Association members write holiday cards to send to soldiers abroad
- Women in Law participation in the Color Me Rad 5k to raise money for the Special Olympics
Thank you for volunteering for community service at Campbell Law! We are proud of the number of hours that the Campbell Law community gives each year to help those in need in the local community and beyond. It is important that we track this time, and we appreciate your help by entering the information requested.Report Community Service Hours