Ms. Campbell was born in
Atlanta, Georgia, on October 2, 1966, and has been practicing law in New York
City since 1992. Several years into her career as a commercial
litigator, she began practicing as a corporate lawyer and now has a general
practice, with an emphasis on transactional and litigation matters.
Ms. Campbell has been
associated with prestigious international law firms: Sullivan & Cromwell;
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom; and Pillsbury Winthrop (formerly Winthrop,
Stimson, Putnam & Roberts). Ms. Campbell founded The Campbell Firm PLLC in
and is the Firm’s Managing Member. She brings her personal
entrepreneurial experience, including real estate investment, to her practice to
facilitate practical solutions to legal challenges.
Publications List is extensive; she has authored ten law review articles and two book
chapters, including articles on copyright and first amendment law. Her doctoral
dissertation was on the use of survey evidence in trademark cases.
Represents clients in
numerous types of transactional matters including in the areas of corporate formation and general corporate
law; contracts and licensing; mergers and acquisitions;
private equity; e-commerce and
Internet law; copyright, trademark, and trade secret protection; and entertainment law. For a representative list of transactional matters in which Ms. Campbell
has represented clients, click here.
Represents clients in many types of personal matters, including in connection with employment and severance
agreements. Also represents clients with
respect to alternative dispute resolution, litigates commercial matters, and
handles some criminal matters. For
a representative list of litigation matters in which Ms. Campbell has
represented clients, click here.
- Ph.D., University of
Nebraska, 1996; M.A., 1991 (National Institute of Mental Health Fellowship;
University of Nebraska Presidential Fellowship).
- J.D., University of
Nebraska, 1991 (summa cum laude; Order of the Coif; Nebraska Law Review,
- B.A., Mercer University,
1987 (magna cum laude; University Leadership Scholarship; Blue Key Honor
Admitted to practice in New York and the District of Columbia.
Member of Federal Bar
Association, where she serves as Chair of the Committee on National Security and
Counter-Terrorism; New York City Bar Association, where she serves as the Junior
Representative to the Senior Lawyers Committee and is Vice-Chair of the
subcommittee which plans the City Bar Association’s prestigious Public Affairs Luncheon
Series; New York State Bar Association; American Bar Association; New York State Defenders Association; and American
Psychological Association. Adjunct Professor of Law at New York Law School, where she
teaches Drafting Contracts. Guest Lecturer and Contributor at Columbia
University's Business School's Eugene Lang Center for Entrepreneurship, where
she lectures on legal issues for entrepreneurs.