Thomas P. Campbell

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Tom Campbell began his legal career as an Assistant District Attorney in Boston. As a prosecutor, he served as the District Attorney’s advisor on policy and public affairs issues and was assigned to the Major Felony Unit and Homicide Response Team. For several years he investigated, indicted and tried serious felony cases, such as bank robberies and violent sexual assaults.  Tom entered private practice in 1999.

Tom has tried many cases before judges and juries in the state and federal trial courts of Massachusetts. He has also argued cases before the federal First Circuit Court of Appeals, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, the Massachusetts Appeals Court and the Massachusetts Commission against Discrimination.

Tom represents individuals, businesses and municipalities in all of the state and federal courts of Massachusetts. He has represented clients in a wide variety of business, employment, environmental and civil rights matters, among other types of disputes. He focuses on counseling businesses in commercial litigation, including contract and employment cases. Tom has worked with religious congregations on a wide range of matters including internal governance and litigation issues.

Tom was an elected member of his town’s School Committee from 2014–2016. He has served as the vice chair of the board of Peace at Home, a non-profit agency focused on the prevention of domestic violence, and also served on the Data Analysis, Research and Evaluation sub-committee of the Governor’s Commission on Sexual and Domestic Violence.

Tom earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He currently serves on the board of its Alumni Association, and was a vice president of the Association from 2007-2013.  Tom was an adjunct law professor at Northeastern University School of Law from 1997 to 2015.