Timothy H. Campbell
Mr. Campbell’s practice focuses on civil litigation and the representation of public entities and private clients, with an emphasis on defending school districts. Mr. Campbell has litigation experience in civil rights, personal injury, employment law, wrongful death, and sexual abuse. Mr. Campbell routinely practices in both state and federal courts.
Mr. Campbell initially joined the firm as a summer associate in 2012. During law school, Mr. Campbell externed for the Spokane County Prosecutor’s Office, handling misdemeanor arraignments in District Court. In addition, Mr. Campbell worked for the Spokane City Attorney’s Office gaining litigation experience on various issues related to the defense of public entities.
- Gonzaga University School of Law, Juris Doctor, cum laude, 2013
- Member, National Appellate Advocacy Moot Court Team
- Las Vegas Regional Competition Winners, 2013
- Las Vegas Regional Competition Second Best Brief Award, 2013
- San Francisco Regional Competition Finalists, 2012
- Linden Cup Moot Court Competition Winner, 2012 (Fairhurst, J. presiding)
- Moot Court Honors Council
- Gonzaga University, Bachelor of Business Administration with Concentration in Law and Public Policy, cum laude, 2009
- Washington State Bar
- Montana State Bar
- United States District Court for the Western District of Washington
- Washington State Bar Association
- State Bar of Montana
- King County Bar Association
- Washington Council of School Attorneys
Representative CasesJury Trials include:
- Miller v. Monroe School District, et al. – Defense verdict for Monroe School District and individual District employees in federal jury trial involving allegations of federal civil rights violations and state law claims, including negligence.
- Creer Legal v. Monroe School District – Won summary judgment dismissal in state court on claims that school district violated the Washington State Public Records Act.
- M.P. v. Federal Way School District – Won summary judgment dismissal in a case where student and parent alleged school district engaged in race and gender discrimination, free speech violations, and unlawful search and seizure related to assault on school grounds and subsequent discipline.
- Williams v. Federal Way School District – Won dismissal under Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(c) in federal court involving allegations of civil rights and Section 1983 violations.
- Padilla v. Kent School District – Multi-million dollar arbitration victory for school district arising from allegations of wage nonpayment.