Campbell Brooks (he/him/his) is an associate in the Litigation Group at Cassels. Campbell’s broad litigation practice includes securities, real estate, aboriginal and commercial litigation. Campbell is also a contributor to Access Pro Bono and in this capacity has acted for clients in residential tenancy matters.
Campbell earned his J.D. from Queen’s University. At Queen’s, he was an editor with the Queen’s Law Journal and he competed in the Queen’s Law Litigation Society’s moot competition. Prior to joining Cassels, he assisted low income clients with human rights claims, and workplace contract disputes as a Volunteer Caseworker with the Law Student’s Legal Advice Program. Campbell also spent his last year at Queen’s working with the Career Development Office to help students make their first step into the legal profession. Campbell played ultimate frisbee for the Queen’s University Varsity Ultimate Team and won the national title in 2018.
Before studying law, Campbell worked in the event production industry for TED Conferences in various roles including as a bookkeeper and as an on-site shipping coordinator. He graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Western University.
Campbell was both a summer and articling student with the firm before returning as an associate.