Campbell Law School holds students to the highest standards of thinking, writing and speaking.
About our program
Campbell’s program provides students with comprehensive skills training in planning, counseling, negotiation, legal drafting, trial and appellate advocacy, and alternative forms of dispute resolution.
To succeed at Campbell Law School students must work hard, but they are supported by our small class sizes and our faculty’s dedication to mentoring students. Graduates appreciate the academic demands as they enter the practice of law, confident that they are fully prepared for a successful legal career.
About the curriculum
The curriculum demands that students routinely make relevant and valid judgments, integrate values and maintain the highest standards of professional excellence. The curriculum’s challenging nature also stems from our commitment to a professional legal education, combining theoretical inquiry with practical skills development.
To accomplish this goal, our course of instruction is exceptionally rigorous. Success results from students analyzing the law, constructing and evaluating legal arguments, and resolving legal problems.Learn more about our curriculum
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.Learn more
Our library is the intellectual heart of the law school, where students and faculty come together to share in the use of the library’s collections and services and engage in legal research and scholarship. The collection is particularly rich in the areas of trial advocacy, practice materials, historic trials, religion and the law, and North Carolina Jurisprudence.Visit the library
Campbell Advantage is a unique eight-part orientation program that teaches students how to read cases and become better equipped to handle the rigor of the first-year of law school.Learn more