Christopher H. Campbell is an Associate at the Riverside/Ontario office of Resnick & Louis, P.C.. Before coming to the firm, his hard-work ethic and adaptability enabled him to have an expansive work history in various fields of the law. After taking the Bar exam, Chris simultaneously worked as a Post-Bar Law Clerk for the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office and at a General Civil Litigation firm. In these experiences, Chris argued at Preliminary Hearings and wrote appeals. He has experience in products liability, subrogation, catastrophic and personal injury, premises liability, and third party liability. Additionally, Chris has EPL experience; specifically with wage and hour issues, disability, leave, and health management, workplace health and safety, employment litigation defense, OSHA compliance, employment discrimination, EEOC complaints, unemployment compensation, and legionela.
While also attending law school, Chris worked for a firm in Beverly Hills that specializes in landlord-tenant law. Before this experience, he was a law clerk with the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office in the Justice System Integrity Division. Both of these experiences required Chris to develop strong research and writing skills. Moreover, Chris spent part of his second year of law school as a law clerk for the California Department of Justice, Licensing Litigation Division, where he represented administrative agencies in trial. After his first year of law school, Chris went to Uganda where he worked as the legal intern for the Technical Advisor of the Judiciary of Uganda. In this position, Chris plea bargained on behalf prisoner’s awaiting trial, drafted a proposed rule for the Ugandan Courts on the admission process of amicus briefs, and even wrote a research memorandum to the President of Uganda to answer the President’s jurisdictional question.
Moreover, in law school, Chris was the Note and Comment Editor for the Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary. Additionally, the Journal published his article, Web of Lives: How Regulating the Dark Web Can Combat Online Human Trafficking. Chris Campbell received his Juris Doctor from Pepperdine University School of Law, and obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and minors in Pre-Law and Leadership Studies at Azusa Pacific University.
Chris is licensed to practice law in the state of California.
"Web of Lives: How Regulating the Dark Web Can Combat Online Human Trafficking," Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law and Judiciary
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