Lawrence G. Campbell Inducted as Fellow American College of Trial Lawyers

Lawrence G. Campbell Inducted as Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers

DETROIT, Lawrence G. Campbell, former Chairman of Dickinson Wright PLLC and the firm's leading litigation specialist, has become a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. The selection places him among the top 1% of trial lawyers in the United States. Campbell was inducted as a Fellow during the recent 2003 Spring meeting of the College in Boca Raton, Florida. The college, founded in 1950, is composed of the finest trial lawyers in the United States and Canada. Membership is by invitation, and is extended only to those with a minimum of fifteen years' experience, a demonstrated record of success and high moral conduct, and a careful vetting process. Current membership is 5,200, approximately 1% of the total lawyer population. Campbell, with nearly 35 years' experience in trial advocacy, has been an active member of the bar on both local and national levels. He has served as President, Detroit Chapter, Federal Bar Association; Chairperson, U.S. Courts Committee, State Bar of Michigan; Panel Member, American Arbitration Association's Panel of Employment Arbitrators; and in leadership roles in a variety of other professional, civic and social organizations. Mr. Campbell is a graduate of Michigan State University and earned his law degree from the University of Detroit Law School. His practice focuses on handling business and commercial litigation matters, with particular emphasis in securities fraud defense, as well as accountant malpractice and contract disputes. He also has broad experience in labor contract negotiations. Dickinson Wright, founded in 1878, is celebrating 125 years of serving its clients and efficiently and creatively meeting their legal and business needs. The firm was recently recognized by Corporate Board Member magazine as one of Michigan's leading corporate firms. Dickinson Wright has offices in Detroit, Bloomfield Hills, Ann Arbor, Lansing, Grand Rapids, and Washington D.C.
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