Campbell Law hosts inaugural Talent Show

Photo of Brandon Irabor '21 playing guitar and Dean Evin Grant singing in to a mic

Campbell Law School’s Student Bar Association and Pro Bono Council teamed up to host the law school’s inaugural Talent Show on April 8. More than 100 law school students, faculty and staff attended the event in-person and online.

The winners were Matthew Parker ’21 (auctioneer) won first place, Adam Miller ’21 (singer) won second place and Tiqeece Brown ’23 (spoken word) won third place.

The judges were Dean Emerita and Professor Melissa Essary, IT staffer James Yacovelli and Honor Court Chief Justice Kenya Glover ’21.

“A huge thanks to our judges and everyone who participated in the Talent Show as well as everyone who joined in to watch both in person and online,” said Hannah Eller21, managing director of the Pro Bono¬†Council. “And thank you to the organizers and volunteers of the inaugural Student Bar Association and Pro Bono Talent Show.We had a chance to experience amazing talents from the Campbell Law community, and we raised more than $1,000 for our Pro Bono Projects!”

If you missed it or want to watch your favorite acts again, watch here: https://youtu.be/ZWA4r0dgZbk.

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Photo of student singing in talent show