Hugh B. Campbell was raised and educated in Charlotte, North Carolina, giving him long ties to the state in which he serves legal clients. After earning his high school diploma in his home town of Charlotte, Mr. Campbell went on to attend Davidson College just north of the city in Davidson, where he received his B.A. in English, before attending Wake Forest University’s School of Law, graduating in 1992.
Past Legal Work
Prior to starting Campbell Law Group, Mr. Campbell was a partner at Gardner, Gardner, & Campbell for twelve years, after beginning his career with another private law firm. He puts those skill learned in his previous jobs to work at his law firm, offering full-service legal advice and representation.
Areas of Law
As a full-service attorney, Hugh B. Campbell can offer legal services in many different areas of the law. He has defended clients in criminal cases, represented businesses in their legal interests, and helped clients in commercial litigation cases. Other areas of law in which Mr. Campbell has extensive experience include:
- Real estate contracts
- Construction/development contracts
- Traffic violations
- Personal/Birth injury
- Government contracts
Whatever legal issues you face, Mr. Campbell will puts his more than twenty years of experience to work with you, helping you understand all of your legal options, so that you get the best possible outcome.
Beyond the Courtroom
A member of the North Carolina State Bar and president of the District Bar Association for Surry and Stokes Counties, Mr. Campbell works as the attorney for five Boards of Education around Mt. Airy, and is involved in numerous civic activities, including rotary club, Millennium Charter Academy board of directors, Habitat for Humanity. Mr. Campbell also coaches little league girls’ softball.
Though Mr. Campbell can help you with any legal problems you face, a bulk of his representation is in the field of real estate. Mr. Campbell has experience drawing up contracts for sellers, inspecting contracts for buyers, and reading the fine print. When it comes to real estate sales, it is essential for both buyer and seller to recognize it is one of the largest financial transactions they will ever undertake. Going into a real estate deal without an attorney to look over every aspect of the contract is never a good idea. By letting Mr. Campbell inspect your contract before you sign, you can ensure you are getting the best deal from the sale or purchase of your home.