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Adams and Reese Partner Nash Campbell has been elected President of the Alabama Council of School Board Attorneys.

The ACSBA is an affiliate of the Alabama Association of School Boards, which is exclusively for attorneys representing school boards across the state. The group networks to discuss legal issues, laws, court rulings, and the latest education and legal developments that impact local school boards.

Campbell serves as chief litigator on behalf of school boards, and he provides representation on behalf of the Alabama Trust for Boards of Education, which provides liability coverage to public school boards. Campbell also helped start the first start-up public charter school in the State of Alabama and the first conversion public charter school in the State of Alabama as well.

A Partner in the Adams and Reese Mobile office, Campbell practices education law, municipal law, government litigation, general civil litigation, personal injury litigation, and business law. Campbell is ranked by clients and peers among the Mid-South Rising Stars and Lawyers of Distinction. Campbell earned his J.D. from Faulkner University Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, and he received his B.A. from Auburn University.