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About Mike Campbell


Mike has spent his whole life in the Mid-Missouri area and lives with his wife, Caitlin, in Columbia.  At the Law Office of Mike Campbell, Mike devotes his entire practice to litigation. Mike focuses on representing those individuals who have been seriously injured and those who are facing criminal prosecution.  Outside of his practice, Mike enjoys spending time with his family and participating in a number of community organizations.

Community Involvement

  • Missouri Symphony Society

Mike currently serves as the Development Chair for the Missouri Symphony Society. The Missouri Symphony Society is a local “not-for-profit organization whose mission is to inspire and engage diverse audiences through exceptional performances of symphonic music and to educate and mentor young performers.” Part of the Missouri Symphony Society’s focus is on its youth education program, the “Missouri Symphony Conservatory”. The Conservatory was founded in 2007 to train, educate, and mentor young musicians in the mid-Missouri area. The Conservatory consists of a Children’s Chorus and two orchestra ensembles: Junior Strings (grades 3-8) and Chamber Players (grades 8-12).

For more information about the Missouri Symphony Society, please visit:  mosymphonysociety.org

  • Phoenix Health Programs

Mike is a former member of the Executive Board for Phoenix Health Programs, Inc., a non-profit treatment center for drug addiction and alcohol abuse in Columbia, Mo.  Phoenix Health Programs has been leader in the Mid-Missouri area for over forty years in assisting individuals and families affected by drug and alcohol abuse.

For more information regarding Phoenix Programs, Inc., please visit their website at:


  • International Order of Odd-Fellows, Lodge No. 203

Mike is also actively involved in Odd Fellows Lodge in Columbia, Mo., recently serving as Noble Grand for the local lodge.  The Odd Fellows have a deep history of charitable work in the community throughout the world.  Dating back to the 18th century, the Odd Fellows provided charitable works to members in their community, particularly at a time when there was no other means of assistance to provide help.  Part of the Motto of the Odd Fellows is to “work with others to build a better world” and to this day, Odd Fellows across the world continue to carry out their duty “to visit the sick, relieve the distressed, bury the dead and educate the orphan”.

For more information regarding the Odd Fellows in Columbia, Mo., please visit their website at: http://www.ioofcolumbia207.org

Sacred Heart Catholic Church (Columbia, MO)

  • Parishioner

Columbia College (Columbia, Mo)

  • Pre-law mentoring program
  • Member of the 1851 Club and Sliver and Blue Club

Other Activities

Mike also volunteers his time assisting high school students in High School Mock Trial and the Missouri Ethics’ Bowl.  Mike serves as a judge for both activities on an annual basis.

Outside of work and community organizations, Mike enjoys spending time with his wife and by visiting a variety of local parks, towns and scenic areas.  Mike is an avid fan of the Missouri Tigers, Kansas City Royals, and is a member of the Taurus Boxing Club in Columbia, Mo.

Professional Associations:

  • Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys
    • Sustaining Member
    • New Lawyers Committee: 2013/14, 2014/15
    • New Lawyers Committee Co-Chair –  2015/16
  • American Association of Justice
    • Member
    • AAJ PAC
  • Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
    • Member

Professional and Academic Recognition:

  • Theodore “Ted” C. Beckett Prize in Pre-Trial Litigation, 2011
  • Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) award in Pre-Trial Litigation, 2011
  • Dean’s List, University of Missouri-Columbia Law School
  • The Schiffman Prize in Ethics, 2006 & 2007

Ongoing Legal Education:

  • Participant in the The American Association for Justice Trial Advocacy College, Essentials of Civil Litigation, at Tulane Law School in New Orleans, LA. (2013).
  • Co-Presenter at the 2014 Missouri Association of Trial Attorney’s Annual Conference:  “Social Media and Ethics.”
  • Co-Presenter: Missouri Association of Trial Attorney’s “Cross-Examination: Tips, Tricks, and Strategies for the New Lawyer” in Columbia, Mo., 2015.


  • University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law
  • Columbia College: Philosophy, Religious Studies, History, Political Science

Admitted to Practice:

  • Missouri
  • U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri

About Brianna L. Lennon


Brianna Lennon began her legal career fighting for Missourians as an Assistant Attorney General in the Missouri Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Unit. Following her work for the Missouri Attorney General, she served as the first-ever Elections Integrity Coordinator in Missouri Secretary of State’s Jason Kander’s office. In 2016, Brianna won a six-candidate Democratic primary election for Boone County Commissioner, but narrowly lost in the November general election. She practices law in Columbia, where she has lived for the past 9 years with her husband, Scott, and 2 year old son, Ryan. Brianna also serves on several volunteer boards in the community, including the Patient and Family Advisory Council at Women’s & Children’s Hospital, the New Century Fund Board for the City of Columbia, and the Greenbelt Land Trust of Mid-Missouri.

Dedication & Hard Work yielding effective results.