Speakeasy Speaker

Washtenaw County Bar Association President Greg Dodd hosted a President's Speakeasy on Nov. 12, at Conor O'Neills in Ann Arbor. Don Campbell, from Collins Einhorn Farrell PC in Southfield, was the guest speaker. Campbell, who concentrates his law practice in attorney grievance defense, representation in judicial tenure matters and legal malpractice defense, has served as an adjunct professor of law at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, teaching courses in Ethics and Criminal Law, since 2002. He also regularly teaches a seminar in Corporate Law and Ethics. He served 10 years as an Associate Counsel, Michigan Attorney Grievance Commission and four years as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in Oakland County, before joining the firm in 2003. The son of retired Wayne County Juvenile Court Judge Patricia Campbell, Campbell is a alumnus of University of Detroit High School, Loyola University of Chicago, and Wayne Law, where he and Dodd were classmates.


(l-r) Charlotte Croson, Ronald Griffith, and Alex Hermanowski enjoyed the event.


Don Campbell, of the Southfield firm of Collins Einhorn Farrell PC, speaks to the Speakeasy crowd.


WCBA President Greg Dodd greets guest speaker Don Campbell, at a WCBA Speakeasy event held Nov. 12 at Conor O'Neill's in Ann Arbor.

Published: Fri, Nov 27, 2015