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Campbell Sode

LYNN PINKER HURST & SCHWEGMANN | Dallas, Texas, United States

A lawyer since 2019


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2100 Ross Avenue, Suite 2700, Dallas, Texas, United States 75201
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Campbell Sode joined LPHS in 2022 as an associate. He is a trial and appellate lawyer with a background in commercial litigation. Before LPHS, Campbell completed two judicial clerkships: a federal district court clerkship with the Honorable Kathleen Cardone of the Western District of Texas in El Paso and a clerkship with the Honorable Ronald M. Gould of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Seattle. Prior to his clerkships, Campbell spent two years at Winston & Strawn LLP in Washington, D.C., where he handled all aspects of pretrial discovery and motion practice in state and federal court. As a former Ninth Circuit clerk, Campbell has an innate understanding of the litigation process and uses it to counsel clients and win cases.

Campbell graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in 2018, where he was a peer advisor and member of the Virginia Journal of International Law. Before law school, he graduated summa cum laude from Rutgers University and was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. At Rutgers, Campbell was a four-year letterwinner on the NCAA Division 1 men’s lacrosse team, playing in 35 career games and winning the Wayne Duke Award from the Big Ten Conference.

During his career, Campbell has published three online law review essays. The first essay, Navigating College Athlete Endorsements Around School Sponsorships, was published by the Minnesota Law Review and discusses how college athletic departments could use independent contractor status to shield university-wide endorsement deals from breach of contract litigation sparked by athlete endorsements of competitors. The second essay, Unlocking Accommodations for Disabled Students in Private Religious Schools, was published with the Northwestern University Law Review and explores how students with disabilities may be able to use the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973 to obtain educational accommodations while attending religious schools exempt from the Americans with Disabilities Act. The third essay, Renovating Federal Housing Law to Help Protect Tenants with Disabilities, was published by the Southern California Law Review and sets out changes to federal housing law that may help tenants with disabilities better secure desirable rental housing.

Outside of work, Campbell leads an active life, coaching lacrosse, working out, and enjoying the great outdoors.


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