Chris Campbell’s practice involves general liability, construction litigation, liens on real property and funds, premises liability, employer and municipal liability, property owners’ associations and first-party property damage. While in law school, Chris served as the Associate Editor-in-Chief of the Charlotte Law Review and Chief Justice of the Moot Court Board. He also won the Robert F. Wagner National Labor & Employment law competition, taking best advocate and best brief awards. Prior to becoming an attorney, Chris taught high school English and media broadcasting in Cabarrus County.
Outside of MGC, Chris and his wife are busy chasing their toddler daughter who may be a lion, pig, princess, police officer, dance choreographer, chef or food truck operator on any given day. On occasion, she wants to ‘work with computers and telephones,’ like her Dad.
- Adulterated Food
- Alcohol Liability
- Bad Faith
- Commercial Litigation
- Director and Officer Liability
- Premises Liability
- Products Liability
- Professional Liability
- Charlotte School of Law (JD)
- State University of New York: College of Geneseo (BA)
- North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys
- 2012 North Carolina