From the Creek to the Capital:
The History of Campbell Law School
"The Campbell tradition is why expectations are so great for the law school here. For in the case of the lawyer, integrity and competence must be combined if we are to have the respect of our neighbors. Honesty and professionalism must, in the attorney life, be as inseparable as the wind that blows and the tree that is blown. We cannot have one without the other."
- United States Senator Robert Morgan addressing the first class of Campbell Law at a banquet in Buies Creek at the end of student orientation in August 1976.