Professor Raymond Campbell

Professor Ray Campbell is a scholar of civil procedure and professional responsibility. His current research concentrates on the intersection of law and commerce, with a special focus on the changing nature of the legal services marketplace in light of technological and economic innovations. Before embarking on his career in academia, Professor Campbell served as law clerk to U.S. Chief Justice Warren Burger of the United States Supreme Court, as a law clerk to Judge Malcolm Wilkey of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, as a prominent litigation partner in the multinational law firms of Kirkland & Ellis and Jenner & Block. Professor Campbell received his undergraduate degree from Yale College and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Virginia. Professor Campbell regularly is invited to make presentations on topics related to changes in the legal profession, including, most recently, at the International Legal Ethics Conference in London, which included a separate presentation to the British Legal Services Board, and the Law and Society conference.

Notable publications:

  • The End of Law Schools: Legal Education In The Era of Legal Service Businesses;
  • Rethinking Regulation and Innovation in the US Legal Services Market.