Evin Lamar Grant

Assistant Dean of Student Life and Pro Bono Opportunities
Office of Student Life and Pro Bono Opportunities
Student Life
Office Location:
Raleigh Campus
Room 304
Mailing Address:
225 Hillsborough St. Suite 304
Raleigh, NC 27603


Evin L. Grant joined Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law as the Director of Student Life & Pro Bono Opportunities on July 1, 2018, after most recently serving as the Executive Director of the North Carolina Commission on Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the Criminal Justice System (NCCRED). After a ten-year professional career, Grant enrolled in Campbell Law School, where he graduated in May 2016 before receiving his N.C. State Bar License in September of that year. On July 1, 2020, Evin L. Grant became the Assistant Dean of Student Life and Pro Bono Opportunities.

In his current role, Grant manages a team of over 30 leaders responsible for providing solutions and support to meet students’ needs while strategically focusing on student leadership development, student engagement, and community building. He oversees more than 40 institutional student organizations, including Campbell Law’s robust and ever-growing pro bono portfolio.

Grant works to create mindful leaders who strive to engage with their organization, be informed about their members’ needs, and inspire others to lead. He is a fierce advocate for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion in higher education while promoting equity in legal education and the legal profession. To better support the needs of all students, Grant also serves on several university committees, including the Community, Diversity, and Student Life Committee, the Student Conduct Appeals Committee, and the Title IX Oversight Committee.

In October 2020, Grant received a COVID-19 Contact Tracing Certificate from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He currently oversees the implementation of the law school’s COVID-19 safety protocols.

Active in professional and civic communities, he is a member of the N.C. Bar Association Minorities in the Profession Committee, an active participant in the N.C. chapter of the National Conference of Black Lawyers, and the Capital City Lawyers Association President. Grant sits on the Board of Directors for the Wake County Bar Association and has served on several committees, including the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee, Professionalism committee, Strategic Development Committee, and the Communications/Technology Committee.

Grant comes with years of experience, working in private and public (non-profit, federal, and state) sectors. Using this varied experience, he focuses on leadership development, personal development, and professional development, preparing our student leaders to be leaders in their community.