Kelley Campbell, Esq.

Kelley Campbell earned her law degree from the College of William & Mary in 1993. She was editor of the Administrative Law Review and an instructor at the law school's Legal Skills Program. She received her undergraduate degree in religious studies from the University of Virginia. Kelley is admitted to the Virginia Bar.

Before suspending her legal career so she could focus on her role as a wife and mother, Kelley served for a year as Attorney Advisor to an Administrative Law Judge at the United States Department of Transportation. She then entered private practice as an associate in the regulated industries practice group of Mayer, Brown & Platt, where she represented clients before the Surface Transportation Board, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Health Care Financing Administration, and National Highway Traffic & Safety Administration. She also advised hospitals and home health agencies on Medicare reimbursement issues, and drafted health care contracts for various providers. While raising her children, Kelley has worked as a contract editor for a legal publishing company.

Throughout her adult life, Kelley has been an active advocate for life. Kelley represented an Non-Governmental Organization at the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development, where she attempted to ensure that abortion, contraception and sterilization were not mischaracterized as legitimate means of addressing poverty. Kelley has also volunteered at crisis-pregnancy centers.

Kelley and her husband John have been married since 1998. John is administrative director of the Arlington Diocese's San Damiano Spiritual Life Center. They and their five children are active parishioners at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Winchester, Virginia.

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