Campbell was born and raised in southern West Virginia and began his professional career in the United States Air Force. The Air Force’s core values—“Integrity first, Service before self, and Excellence in all we do”—have remained with him and are evident in his work. Campbell’s professional growth continued in sales, recruiting, and training positions in the energy and higher education sectors. The skills and experience he gained in these opportunities, ultimately led him to law school with a goal of becoming a trial lawyer.

Campbell earned his Juris Doctor in 2015 from Emory University School of Law. He was a member of Emory Law's Moot Court Society, a pupil member of the Lamar Inn of Court, and was elected for membership in the Order of Barristers national advocacy honor society. Prior to graduation, Campbell was a law clerk for Jason Schneider and Rob Hammers, and he has been with Schneider Hammers since its inception.

Campbell hit the ground running in 2015 after being admitted to practice law in Georgia. Since then, he has helped more than a hundred clients, tried more than a dozen cases, and recovered over $2,500,000 for his clients. Campbell is proud to be a trial lawyer and he has dedicated his practice to representing personal injury victims.