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  Campbell Law Review
  Volume 30, Number 1, Fall 2007
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  • DEDICATION
  • A TRIBUTE TO DR. NORMAN ADRIAN WIGGINS LAW SCHOOL FOUNDER, FRIEND, MENTOR AND LEADER
        Patrick K. Hetrick
        p.1                                                                                          +cite        

  • ARTICLES
  • A PRIMER ON ELECTRONIC CONTRACTING AND TRANSACTIONS IN NORTH CAROLINA
        Richard A. Lord
        p.7                                                                                          +cite        
  • "IT IS MUCH EASIER TO FIND FAULT WITH OTHERS, THAN TO BE FAULTLESS OURSELVES": CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE AS A BAR TO A CLAIM FOR BREACH OF THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY
        William B. L. Little
        p.81                                                                                        +cite        
  • SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS ARE FAVORED UNDER NORTH CAROLINA LAW. . .OR SO WE THOUGHT: PROBLEMS WITH THE COURT OF APPEALS' NEW APPROACH ALLOWING COUNTY GOVERNMENTS TO INVALIDATE AN OTHERWISE BINDING SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT USING NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL STATUTE SECTION 159-28
        Ryan C. Aul
        p.117                                                                                      +cite        

  • DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER PRESENTATION
  • CONTAINER PORT SECURITY: A LAYERED DEFENSE STRATEGY TO PROTECT THE HOMELAND AND THE INTERNATIONAL SUPPLY CHAIN
        Wendy J. Keefer
        p.139                                                                                      +cite        

  • COMMENTS
  • ELEVATING FORM OVER SUBSTANCE: VIAR V. NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND ITS PROGENY
        Trey Collier
        p.175                                                                                      +cite        
  • USE VERSUS ABUSE: A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF NONBINDING RESERVATION AGREEMENTS AND REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS' ABILITY TO FREELY RESCIND
        Douglas J. Short
        p.201                                                                                      +cite