Awards & Honors

The following Pro Bono Awards are presented annually by the Pro Bono Council at the Campbell Law Day Awards Banquet:

  • Outstanding Student Achievement in Pro Bono and Public Service
  • Outstanding Project in Pro Bono and Public Service

The faculty nominate a graduating student each year to receive the Pro Bono Publico Award presented at the commencement ceremony.

One student from each law school in North Carolina is nominated each year to receive the North Carolina State Bar Annual Student Pro Bono Service Award.

Students who complete 75 or more hours of pro bono service are recognized by the North Carolina Bar Association with a Certificate of Appreciation.

2016-17 Pro Bono Award Recipients

Pro Bono Awards presented by the Pro Bono Council at the Campbell Law Day Awards Banquet on March 25, 2017, at the Sheraton Raleigh Hotel:

Outstanding Student Achievement in Pro Bono and Public Service
Deirdre Stephenson, Class of 2017

Outstanding Project in Pro Bono and Public Service
Capital Area Teen Court

2015-16 Pro Bono Award Recipients

Pro Bono Awards presented by the Pro Bono Council at the Campbell Law Day Awards Banquet on April 2, 2016, at the Sheraton Raleigh Hotel:

Outstanding Student Achievement in Pro Bono and Public Service
Travis Albea, Class of 2016

Outstanding Project in Pro Bono and Public Service
Domestic Violence Advocacy Project

2014-15 Pro Bono Award Recipients

Pro Bono Awards presented by the Pro Bono Council at the Campbell Law Day Awards Banquet on March 21, 2015, at the Raleigh Convention Center:

Outstanding Student Achievement in Pro Bono and Public Service
Allie Cameron Moore, Class of 2015

Outstanding Student Organization in Pro Bono and Public Service
Military Law Student Association

Outstanding Project in Pro Bono and Public Service
Domestic Violence Advocacy Project

Outstanding Faculty in Pro Bono and Public Service
Juvenile Justice Project Director Jon Powell

2013-14 Pro Bono Award Recipients

Pro Bono Awards presented by the Pro Bono Council at the Campbell Law Day Awards Banquet on March 22, 2014, at the Raleigh Convention Center:

Outstanding Student Achievement in Pro Bono and Public Service
Phillip Hausman, Class of 2014

Outstanding Faculty Achievement in Pro Bono and Public Service
Assistant Professor Amos Jones

Outstanding Student Organization in Pro Bono and Public Service
Trusts, Estate Settlements and Tax Law Group for work in starting the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Project, accepted by President Andrew Fletcher

Pro Bono Publico Award presented to Mariamarta Conrad at the commencement ceremony on May 9th, 2014 at Meymandi Concert Hall.

Anitra Brown was nominated to receive the North Carolina State Bar Annual Student Pro Bono Service Award for Campbell Law School to be presented at the State Bar’s Annual Meeting in October 2014.