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Campbell Killefer

  • Stanford University, B.A. in history
  • Hastings College of the Law, University of California, J.D.; Editor-in-Chief, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly

Campbell is a member of the Association for Conflict Resolution and the American Bar Association (Sections of Litigation, Intellectual Property, and Dispute Resolution). He has extensive experience with the American Arbitration Association, International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution, and JAMS (Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Service).

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Campbell Killefer is a well-known, successful, and very experienced lawyer and mediator. Over the years, he has provided superior and cost-effective alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services, principally mediation, arbitration and neutral case evaluation.

Campbell offers the perspective of over 35 years of successful civil litigation, mediation and arbitration experience in private law practice and government service. He was a partner in two American Lawyer Top 100 law firms, including serving as the Chairman of an 80-lawyer litigation department. He later was appointed as Deputy Chief of the Civil Litigation Division of the Maryland Attorney General's Office and has a unique government and private industry perspective.

Campbell prides himself on getting to the heart of disputes quickly and thoughtfully. He works hard in mediation to facilitate the parties resolving their own problems.

Campbell can also provide an objective, neutral evaluation of the parties' strengths and weaknesses regarding the facts and the law and the parties' obstacles to success. Alternatively, with the parties' consent, he can properly and sensitively decide the issues in arbitration so that the parties can move on.

Although his law and ADR career has required travel throughout the United States and overseas, Campbell focuses his mediation practice in Maryland, Washington, D.C. and other Eastern states. He has written many short, practical articles on litigation and ADR topics. You can download them from the "Articles" link above.

Case Subject Matter Experience
  • Complex contract and business disputes
  • Licensing issues
  • Information technology
  • Copyright, trademark, trade secrets and patent issues
  • Software development and outsourcing
  • Regulatory issues (federal and Maryland)
  • Human resources, workplace and employment issues
  • Professional liability (doctors and lawyers)