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Education clients rely on my hands-on experience to help them with a broad range of challenges. I offer them more than a decade of high-level, hands-on experience in difficult and highly technical legal issues.

Nash Campbell 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.

Nash attends school board meetings and acts as the chief litigator on behalf of school boards throughout south Alabama. He also works with boards of education and individual schools, consulting them and their personnel daily and providing litigation services when needed.

As Alabama’s education system experiences change, Nash is helping to establish charter schools. Additionally, he assists school systems with the separation from larger ones, helping them to develop their own structures and governance.

Nash also represents the Alabama Trust for Boards of Education, which provides liability coverage to public school boards in the state.

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


  • Public Charter Schools: How Do They Affect Your School System?, Dothan City Board of Education, November 28,2023
  • FERPA: The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, 2021 Spring AAPASS Conference, March 3, 2021
  • Municipal Courts from a Prosecutor’s Perspective, 2020 Fall Municipal Law Conference, Nov. 5, 2020
  • Administrator Ethics: Forgetting Small Things Can Cause Big Problems, CLAS Conference, Spring 2019
  • Legality v. Reality: Contracting, Employment, and Student Transportation, ACSBA Conference, Summer 2013
Watching my father make an impact as an education lawyer left me wanting to be a school board attorney from a very young age. Having the opportunity to work alongside my father for more than a decade has given me the benefit of having an outstanding and dedicated mentor guiding me and encouraging me to aim high from day one of my legal career.


  • Faulkner University Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, J.D., 2009
  • Auburn University, B.A., 2006, Political Science and Criminology

Bar Admissions

  • Alabama

Court Admissions

  • United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of Alabama
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit

Areas of Practice


  • Lawyers of Distinction, Education Law, 2018–2019
  • Mid-South Rising Stars® (by Thomson Reuters) Schools & Education, 2019

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

  • Alabama Council of School Board Attorneys, President, 2023-2024
  • Alabama Council of School Board Attorneys, Board of Directors, 2021/2022 
  • Reese's Senior Bowl Committee, Member
  • Mobile Touchdown Club, Member
  • Assisted in the separation of city school systems from county school systems in Alabama.
  • Aided in the counseling of cities interested in forming a school system.
  • Retained as counsel for an Alabama public charter school organization, which operates the state’s first charter school. Assisted in drafting policies and aiding in charter compliance, and currently helping to expand the school to accommodate middle school students.
  • Retained to help create Alabama’s first conversion charter schools by representing an educational foundation.
  • First Amendment Auditors: Minimizing Vigilant Behavior, Association of Alabama Tax Administrators Summer Conference, June 2024
  • Board of Equalization Tax Appeals: Mediation Ins and Outs, Association of Alabama Tax Administrators, February 2024
  • Board of Equalization Tax Appeals: Litigation Ins and Outs, Alabama Chapter of IAAO Conference