HUGH W. CAMPBELL, ESQ.
    Email: hwc@rodmancampbelllaw.com

       HUGH W. CAMPBELL is a graduate of Boston College and Hofstra University School
    of Law.  
        He practices in the area of general civil litigation, with an emphasis on personal
    injuries estates and probate.
       HUGH W. CAMPBELL serves as Counsel to the Public Administrator of Bronx County.
       He serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Business Initiative
    Corporation of New York.
        HUGH W. CAMPBELL is a Past President of the New York State Trial Lawyers
    Association, the largest specialty bar association in the state, dedicated to
    representing the rights of personal injury victims.
         In September 1997, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was installed as the 95th President of the
    Bronx County Bar Association.
         In July 1997, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was elected Chairperson of the Minority Caucus
    of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, at the association.               
         HUGH W. CAMPBELL has also served as a delegate of the General Practice
    Section of the New York State Bar Association from 1988 through 1994.
         He is one of the founding member of the Black Bar Association of Bronx County,
    where he served the organization as secretary and treasurer, and then as president
    from 1987 through 1990.  
         HUGH W. CAMPBELL served as a member of the Board of Governors of the
    Association of Trial Lawyers of America from 2000 through 2001.
          He is a member of the Board of Directors of Bronx County Bar Association;
    member of the Board of Directors of Legal Services for New York City, Bronx;
    member, Paralegal Advisory Board of Queens College, Office of Continuing Education.
    He also served as a member of the Board of Directors of Trial Lawyers Care; a not-for-
    profit organization of lawyers providing free legal services to victims of the 9-11
    disaster.
          HUGH W. CAMPBELL serves as the chairperson of the Board of  Directors of  the
    Thurgood Marshall Junior Mock Trial Program; (which runs a mock trial program for
    junior high school students)
         He served as member of the New York State’s Commission on Public Access to
    Court Records.
         In April 2004 HUGH W. CAMPBELL was appointed by the Chief Judge of the State of
    New York to serve on a Commission to examine Solo and Small Law Firm Practice.
         In 1989 HUGH W. CAMPBELL was appointed by Governor Mario Cuomo to serve on
    the Governor's Judicial Screening Committee for the First Judicial Department, which
    includes The Bronx and Manhattan; In 1994 HUGH W. CAMPBELL was re appointed by
    the governor for another four (4) year term.
        HUGH W. CAMPBELL regularly lectures to fellow attorneys for the New York State
    Trial Lawyers Association, the New York State Bar Association, the New York County
    Lawyers Association, the Bronx County Bar Association, the New Jersey Trial
    Lawyers Association, The Association of Trial Lawyers of America and the Black Bar
    Association of Bronx County.  He also makes regular presentations to Community
    Groups.
        In May 1994, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was awarded the HON. THURGOOD MARSHALL
    COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD by the Wiliamsbridge
    N. A. A.C.P., Bronx, New York.
         In December 1995, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was awarded the Businessman and
    Dedicated Community Worker Award by St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Bronx, New
    York.
        In April 1997, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was awarded the HON. Thurgood Marshall
    Award by the African-American Legal Defense and Education Fund, Bronx, New York.
         In October 1997, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was awarded the Community Service Award
    by the Caribbean and American Family Services, Inc., Bronx New York.
         In May 1998, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was awarded the Ivan B. Warner Distinguished
    Service Award by the Black Bar Association of Bronx County.
          In June 1998, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was awarded the Community Service Award
    by the Edenwald Gun- Hill Neighborhood Center, Inc., Bronx New York.
          In September 1998, HUGH W. CAMPBELL received the dedicated Leader and
    Service Award from the Bronx County Bar Association, Bronx New York.
           In May 2002, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was awarded the Outstanding Service and
    Dedicated Leadership Award by the Kiwanis Club of Brooklyn, New York.
            In July 2002, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was awarded the Trailblazer Award by the
    Minority Caucus of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
            In April 2003, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was awarded the Community Outreach Award
    by Butler Memorial United Methodist Church, Bronx, New York.
            In March 2004, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was awarded the Distinguished Alumni
    Award by Hofstra University School of Law, Hempstead, New York.
            In April 2004, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was awarded the Community Service Award
    by the National Council of Negro Women, Inc., North Bronx Section, Bronx, New York.
             In November 2005, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was awarded the  Community         
    Service Award by East of Laconia Community Association, Bronx, New York.
              In April 2006, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was awarded the Community Service Award
    by the All Island Association, Mount Vernon, New York.
              In April 2007, HUGH W. CAMPBEL was awarded the Achievement Award by the
    New York Metropolitan Chapter Alabama State University National Alumni Association.
              In April 2007, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was awarded the Man of The Year  Award by
    The New York Club of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional
    Women’s Club.
              In October 2008, HUGH W. CAMPBELL was awarded the Business Award by
    National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Williamsbridge Branch.
              In July 2010 he received the Service Award from the Bronx Democratic County
    Committee.
              He is also a contributing author in "The Plaintiff's Personal Injury Action in New
    York State"; published by the New York State Bar Association.
              Hugh W. Campbell is admitted to practice law before the courts of the State of
    New York, the United States District Courts, for the Eastern and Southern Districts of
    New York and the United States Supreme Court.









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