About This Journal
The Campbell Law Review is published three times per year by students of the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. It began publication in 1979 for the purpose of serving the legal community with scholarly articles, notes, comments and other reviews of legal topics. The Campbell Law Review fulfills this service by placing special emphasis on issues from North Carolina and other states in the Southeast, as well as issues concerning national legislation and Constitutional questions from all circuits and the Supreme Court.
The Campbell Law Review also hosts an annual symposium series on current and controversial issues, such as immigration law, electronic discovery, health law, and intellectual property. Hundreds of legal professionals from across North Carolina have attended and received Continuing Legal Education credit for their participation.