Jacob M. Campbell
Jacob works on a variety of litigation and transactional matters at the firm, and brings diligence and intensity to every matter that crosses his desk.
Jacob recently graduated from Wayne State University Law School and sat for the Michigan Bar Exam in Summer 2019.
Throughout law school, Jacob gained invaluable, real-world experience working in private law firms and the business sector. His legal training began at Moran Law, a small but high-volume bankruptcy firm. Thereafter, he worked at the Kitch Firm, focusing on Michigan no fault cases and worker’s compensation defense. Jacob also completed an externship at MAHLE, a global tier-one automotive parts supplier, where he worked in-house and alongside its corporate attorneys on various supply-chain matters, involving contracts, compliance, and more.
Ultimately, Jacob started as a law clerk at Rossman P.C. prior to his third year of law school, where he worked through his final school year and into the summer months while preparing for the bar examination. Afterwards, the transition from law clerk to associate attorney was seamless, having extensive experience in both learning and developing firm-wide practices and procedures. Jacob has already gained tremendous experience in handling a variety of legal matters, including business litigation in both state and federal courts, various types of contracts disputes, trademark and copyright issues, landlord-tenant matters and other real property disputes, collections practices, and other business transactions.
Prior to law school, Jacob graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in Psychology, where he also served as a research assistant in a social psychology laboratory and began to hone research skills which are employed extensively as an attorney.
Jacob is admitted to practice law in the State of Michigan and in the Eastern District of Michigan courts. He is a member of the Macomb County and Oakland County Bar Associations, and the State Bar of Michigan’s Business Law and Young Lawyer Sections.