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Attorney Jason E. Campbell was born and raised in Greenville MS. While he left to attend school and for other work pursuits, he is proud to have returned home in 2013 and open the Campbell Law Firm. Attorney Campbell’s educational and career achievements are significant.
While pursuing his Bachelor of Science in Political Science, Jason was President of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity and vice president of the Agora Political Science Club. While attending Delta State University, he was also pursuing a minor in Pre-Law.
Attorney Campbell pursued his Juris Doctorate (JD) at Florida Coastal School of Law after a brief career as an Account Executive at C-Spire Wireless (Cellular South). During his tenure at C-Spire, Jason was recognized as an outstanding salesman and community diplomat, achievements he’s very proud of.
Legal Law Clerk & Court Administrator for Honorable Jon Barnwell
During his tenure in this role, Jason was responsible for researching and drafting opinions for the 7th Chancery District Court. In addition, he assisted Judge Barnwell in judiciary administration of six counties. Jason was responsible for the implementation of the Chancery Court’s website and in his role as clerk and administrator he was also responsible for communicating with both attorneys and the public to promote more efficient court operations.
Some of Jason’s awards and positions:
• Public Defender for City of Greenville, Municipal Court 2015 – Present. Mr. Campbell proudly serves his hometown as Public Defender for the municipal Court where he represents indigent individuals that are accused of misdemeanor crimes.
• Named Top 40 Under 40 Personal Injury Attorneys in 2016
• Named as a Lawyer of Distinction for Personal Injury Law in the State of Mississippi• Pro Bono Volunteer Attorney for Mutt Madness in the Delta
Mississippi Bar Association; Washington County Bar (2012); Mississippi Association Justice (since 2016); American Association Justice (since 2017).
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