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Adams and Reese’s Education Team Expands Alabama Capabilities with Addition of Bob and Nash Campbell

December 18, 2019

Adams and Reese is pleased to announce seasoned education law attorneys Robert (Bob) C. Campbell III and R. Nash Campbell have joined the firm’s Mobile, Ala. office.

Bob Campbell joins the firm as Of Counsel. His distinguished legal career has focused primarily on serving school boards, school districts and individual schools. For more than 40 years, Bob has litigated school board and school employee issues, ranging from personal injuries in schools, contract disputes and the defense of employee lawsuits. He has appeared before the U.S. Supreme Court regarding constitutional issues pertaining to school desegregation, voting rights and school prayer.

Bob has also maintained a general civil practice, as well as representing clients in criminal defense, personal injury and other various other matters, and represents municipalities in municipal law. Bob received his J.D. from Cumberland Law School, Samford University, in 1967, and his B.A. from Georgetown College in 1964.

“More than 40 years into my legal practice, I aim to continue a tradition of excellence of the firm I co-founded in my new role at Adams and Reese,” said Bob Campbell. “The firm’s Education Law Team is focused on offering clients in-depth resources and has experience in emerging issues in education law. It’s a great fit for my practice and I am pleased to be joining such a reputable and client-focused firm.”

Nash Campbell joins the firm as Special Counsel. Nash focuses his practice primarily on education law and representing public school boards. With experience successfully arguing before the Eleventh Circuit Court and before the Supreme Court of Alabama from early on in his career, Nash is an experienced litigator who aims to be hands-on with his clients at every stage of a matter. Nash’s experience includes litigating school law issues, including school employment issues, contractual issues and personal injury issues relating to incidents occurring on school campuses.

In addition to his education law focus, Nash represents clients in municipal law, general civil litigation, personal injury litigation and business law.

“I am excited to join Adams and Reese’s Education Law Team, which offers clients broad resources and bench strength to help them meet their goals. Most of all, I look forward to working with a new team and continuing to make an impact on education through my work,” said Nash Campbell.

Nash received his J.D. from Faulkner University Thomas Goode Jones School of Law in 2009 and his B.A. in Political Science and Criminology from Auburn University in 2006.