Rebecca Campbell is a litigator with over 25 years of experience. Her practice is in general litigation, both civil and criminal, with a heavy emphasis on sentencing proceedings and appellate matters.
She has presented an amicus curiae brief to the United States Supreme Court in support of a successful petition for writ of certiorari, in addition to briefing numerous cases in federal courts of appeal, federal district courts and state courts.
Prior to joining WMH, Rebecca was of counsel to a boutique white-collar firm, where her practice focused on brief-writing at the trial and appellate levels in complex and often newsworthy cases. She represented a former officer in the FIFA international soccer racketeering case, a computer programmer in the Bernie Madoff fraud case, and a police supervisor in a public corruption investigation stemming from the conviction of Suffolk County police chief, James Burke. Earlier in her career, Rebecca was a litigation associate at an AmLaw 200 firm, where she maintained a general litigation practice that included insurance, ERISA and white collar criminal defense work, in addition to substantial pro bono work for the National Organization for Women, Head Start, and the Neighborhood Legal Services program.
Rebecca also teaches Criminal Law at St. Joseph’s University, has served as President of the Bayport-Blue Point School Board in Suffolk County, New York, and is the President of the Friends of the Bayport-Blue Point Public Library.