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Scott Campbell is Of Counsel in Gibson Dunn’s Denver office. His practice focuses on taking complex commercial cases to trial. Although Mr. Campbell has successfully litigated, arbitrated, and mediated cases involving a wide variety of claims under state and federal law, Mr. Campbell has particular experience representing plaintiffs and defendants in disputes involving real estate, intellectual property, and securities.
Real Estate Disputes. Mr. Campbell regularly represents real estate owners and developers in property-related disputes. Recent examples include:
Intellectual Property/License Disputes. Mr. Campbell also frequently represents licensors and licensees of intellectual property in disputes over license agreements. For example, Mr. Campbell has recently played a leading role in:
Securities Disputes. Mr. Campbell also represents individuals and entities in connection with securities litigation and SEC investigations. Most recently, Mr. Campbell’s representative matters include:
Mr. Campbell also has an active pro bono practice. Among other deserving clients, Mr. Campbell represents individuals who were deprived of their First Amendment rights to practice their religion while incarcerated. He also works with the Innocence Project to identify prisoners who were wrongfully convicted, and previously worked with the Clemency Project, seeking clemency for federal prisoners serving excessive sentences for drug-related offenses. Mr. Campbell was also a member of the team that received the firm’s 2012 Frank Wheat Memorial Pro Bono Award for its work with Lawyers Without Borders providing anti-corruption training in Kenya.
While seconded to the Denver City Attorney’s Office, Mr. Campbell tried more than twenty criminal cases to verdict.
In addition to his legal practice, Mr. Campbell has served on the Colorado Symphony’s Corporate Committee and the Colorado Legal Aid Foundation’s Associates Advisory Board. Mr. Campbell is a former member of the firm’s Associates Committee, and a member of the Denver office’s Diversity Committee.
Mr. Campbell earned his law degree, with distinction, from Stanford Law School in 2009. He also holds a master’s degree in political philosophy from the University of Colorado and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Utah with degrees in political science and philosophy.
Mr. Campbell is admitted to practice law in the State of Colorado, the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
Stanford University - 2009 Juris Doctor
University of Colorado - Boulder - 2005 Master of Arts
University of Utah - 2002 Bachelor of Arts