Assistant professor Bobbi Jo Boyd teaches a class last week in professional responsibility at Campbell Law School in Raleigh. This fall, the law school opened its doors to part-time students who can take up to six years to finish their law degree.
Assistant professor Bobbi Jo Boyd teaches a class last week in professional responsibility at Campbell Law School in Raleigh. This fall, the law school opened its doors to part-time students who can take up to six years to finish their law degree. rwillett@newsobserver.com
Assistant professor Bobbi Jo Boyd teaches a class last week in professional responsibility at Campbell Law School in Raleigh. This fall, the law school opened its doors to part-time students who can take up to six years to finish their law degree. rwillett@newsobserver.com

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