Alyssa D. Campbell
Alyssa D. Campbell is the founding attorney at Campbell Law Office, PLLC, which opened in 2015. Prior to founding the firm, Ms. Campbell was a Partner at Legal Advocates for Indian Country, LLP (LAIC). Ms. Campbell joined LAIC in October 2006 and served as a Partner from January 2012 to April 2015.
Focus of the Firm
Campbell Law Office, PLLC is a general practice law firm focusing in Native American law and family law, serving individuals as well as tribal nations; tribal businesses; tribal agencies; and individual tribal member legal representation. Ms. Campbell has significant knowledge and experience in providing legal representation to victims of domestic violence. She has provided legal services to a number of tribal nations, tribal businesses, tribal agencies, casinos, and health clinics. She has also served as legal counsel to two health boards since 2010 and is Certified in Healthcare Compliance with the HCCA. Ms. Campbell has provided legal services to a number of tribal casinos and tribal gaming commissions since 2006.
Education & Experience
Ms. Campbell earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas in Austin with degrees in government and Spanish in 2001. Ms. Campbell earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Oklahoma, College of Law in 2004, while also earning certification in American Indian Law from the Center for the Study of American Indian Law and Policy in 2004. Ms. Campbell interned with the Office of Tribal Justice, Department of Justice, located in Washington, D.C., in 2003 and became a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association in 2004. Ms. Campbell is currently licensed to practice in the State of Oklahoma, the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma, and numerous tribal courts.
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In her spare time, Ms. Campbell enjoys spending time with her husband Matt and their daughter. Ms. Campbell was born and raised in Stillwater, OK and is a member of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church.
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- Attorney general (government legal counsel)
- Tribal prosecutor
- Indian child welfare cases
- Corporate structure
- Gaming operations counsel
- Gaming commission counsel
- Health system counsel
- Election commission counsel
- Draft legislation
- Advise on constitutionality of cases
- Presentations to employees on legal issues
- Compact negotiation
- Financial counsel for loans and bonds for tribal loans
- University of Oklahoma College of Law, Norman, Oklahoma
- Juris Doctorate, May 2004
- American Indian Law Review
- University of Texas, Austin, Texas
- Bachelor of Arts, August 2001
- Government and Spanish
Licenses & Organizations:
- Payne County Bar Association - Member
- Oklahoma Bar Association – Member
- United States District Court, Eastern District of Oklahoma
- United States District Court, Western District of Oklahoma
- United States District Court, Northern District of Oklahoma
- Chickasaw Nation Bar Association– Member
- Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma Bar Association– Member
- Muscogee Creek Nation Bar Association – Member
- Pawnee Nation Bar Association – Member
- Kaw Nation Bar Association – Member
- Ponca Nation Bar Association – Member
- Seminole Nation Bar Association – Member
- Osage Nation Bar Association- Member
- Better Business Bureau – Accredited Member
Certificates, Experience & Publications:
- Lead Attorney in Baby Deseray case for ICWA on behalf of the Tribe
- Certification in American Indian Law from the Center for the Study of American Indian Law & Policy at the University of Oklahoma College of Law
- Alyssa D. Campbell, What Every Oklahoma Elder Lawyer Should Know About Joint Ownership of Property, “Elder Law: A Compendium of Materials” (Jonathan Barry Forman, ed., 2004), available at http://www.law.ou.edu/lawrevs/
- Alyssa D. Campbell, 5 Things Every Practitioner Should Know About the Indian Child Welfare Act, “Communiqué,” January, 2014 Issue.
- Legal Block Education for Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training for Reserve Officer Academy (including Indian Country Jurisdiction, Domestic Violence Laws for Law Enforcement)
- Domestic Violence 101
- Indian Country Jurisdiction for CLEET Academy – Oklahoma County
- Speaker at Journey to Justice Summit; “Domestic Violence Jurisdictional Issues in Indian Country” for the Institute for Native Justice
- Oklahoma Tribal Gaming Regulators Association – “Liability and the Gaming Commission”
- Various presentations on legal topics, employee training
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We Offer Payment Plans Regardless of Your Legal Matter
Our Attorney Is Certified in Tribal & Native American Law
We Treat Our Clients With Respect & Compassion