Campbell Law Third Annual Clinic Fundraiser Bike Ride
October 2 @ 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Campbell Law School will host its Third Annual Clinic Fundraiser Bike Ride on Saturday, Oct. 2, Dean J. Rich Leonard has announced. The ride, which is co-sponsored by TREK Bikes, Crabtree Valley Mall and the Campbell Law Student Bar Association (SBA), is set to begin at 8 a.m. and offers options of a 10-mile, 50-mile or virtual ride option.
The bike ride fundraiser is open to the public, with registration available until the day of the race. Registration for public riders is $45 per rider. There is a discounted rate for current students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Register for the bike ride today at this link.
In light of COVID-19, there will also be an option to ride virtually for those unable or unwilling to ride in person with registration open until race day.
Registration includes a limited-edition 2021 Campbell Law Bike Ride t-shirt and other co-branded swag. Like last year’s ride, the route will follow the same path and will begin and finish at Campbell Law School, 225 Hillsborough St, in downtown Raleigh.
All proceeds from the bike ride will go to Campbell Law’s six legal pro bono clinics. The law school’s clinics provide immersive experiences for Campbell Law students who work under North Carolina bar-certified clinic directors and aiding in active cases. The legal clinics also give back to the community by providing low-income citizens with legal counsel on a wide variety of legal issues.
Anyone interested in sponsoring the bike ride should contact Director of Communications and Marketing Lisa Snedeker at email@example.com.