Little Rock (501) 374-0200

Phil Campbell

Phone: (501) 975-7130

Phil Campbell was born and raised in Little Rock. He attended the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, and graduated from Duke University School of Law. He then clerked for Chief Judge G. Thomas Eisele, United States District Court, Eastern District of Arkansas. Phil has practiced law in Central Arkansas since 1981. His primary areas of practice are employment law, business law, commercial litigation, insurance law and nursing home defense. He has handled hundreds of EEOC claims and successfully defended employment lawsuits throughout his career. He has successfully represented clients in many cases involving product liability, asbestos litigation, business fraud, breach of contract, securities claims, insurance coverage, nursing home defense and restrictive covenants, and he has had the privilege of representing numerous Fortune 500 companies. Phil frequently lectures on all areas of employment law, with an emphasis on avoiding problems in the workplace. Martindale-Hubbell Rating: AV


• J.D., with honors, Duke University School of Law, 1981
• B.A., with honors, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 1978; Phi Beta Kappa

Bar Admissions:

Arkansas, Federal District Courts of Arkansas, and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals

Memberships & Activities:

American Bar Association, Arkansas Bar Association, Pulaski County Bar Association, Central Arkansas Human Resource Association, Arkansas Society for Human Resource Management, Arkansas Health Care Association and Greater Little Rock Optimist Club