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Caitlin A Campbell

Civil Litigation

Employment-Management

Immigration

Biography

Admitted to Practice

  • Arkansas, 2019
  • United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas

Education

  • University of Arkansas at Little Rock, J.D., Magna Cum Laude, 2019; Arkansas Journal of Social Change and Public Service Executive Editor; Christian Legal Society President; Top Paper Award, Business Associations
  • University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service; Policy Solutions Challenge USA team member (2016-2017)
  • Lyon College, Summa Cum Laude (2015); Political Science; Student Government President; Alpha Chi Honor Society 

Experience

Caitlin A. Campbell practices primarily in the areas of employment-management litigation and labor defense in the healthcare, transportation (railroad), manufacturing, and retail industries. She also advises clients in matters involving federal and state employment, municipal laws and regulations, and internal policy strategies and enforcement. She earned her Juris Doctor magna cum laude from the University of Arkansas William H. Bowen School of Law and is currently a student in the Master of Public Service program at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, where she was a Policy Solutions Challenge USA team member. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree summa cum laude from Lyon College. She is a member of the Arkansas Bar Association, the American Bar Association (Labor & Employment Law Section), and the Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers. Active in the community, she is a member of Create Little Rock and SHARP—Young Professionals of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. 

Professional Activities

  • Arkansas Bar Association
  • American Bar Association (Member; Labor & Employment Section)
  • Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers

Community Involvement

  • Create Little Rock, Member
  • SHARP- Young Professionals of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, Member

Publications

  • Mixed Signals: An Analysis of the Third-Party Doctrine as Applied to Warrantless Collection of Historical Cell Site Location Information, Arkansas Journal of Social Change and Public Service 7.1 (2018) (online)