Kathryn Campbell’s practice centers on advocacy in state and federal court for businesses and individuals and has ranged from small-scale business disputes to broader matters involving constitutional questions.
A recent graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School, Kathryn served as a Managing and Research Editor for the Minnesota Law Review, worked as a research assistant for the Human Rights Center, and externed for Magistrate Judge Hildy Bowbeer. Kathryn also served clients in the Immigration & Human Rights Clinic, where she assisted clients in navigating the asylum process in the United States. Kathryn joined the firm in 2020, working as both a Summer Associate and Law Clerk.
Prior to law school, Kathryn worked as a legal assistant for a boutique firm in Washington, D.C., working with both corporate attorneys and civil litigators serving domestic and international clients.