Dean J. Richard Leonard's Plans to Reach Out to the Local Community
The Triangle Business Journal recently interviewed J. Richard Leonard, Dean of Campbell University’s Norman A. Wiggins School of Law and former bankruptcy judge for the Eastern District of North Carolina. When questioned about his plans for the law school’s future, Leonard mentioned the importance of reaching out to the local community by providing legal clinics that offer free services to residents in a variety of legal fields, such as personal bankruptcy, immigration and small business. To learn more about Leonard’s plan to offer more legal clinics in the future, read the Triangle Business Journal’s article.
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