Laura Campbell’s practice includes a mixture of real estate litigation (commercial and residential) and cutting-edge transactional work. Ms. Campbell has extensive experience with all stages of landlord-tenant litigation including trial, arbitration and mediation. She represents clients in matters involving commercial and residential breach of contract, quiet title actions, unlawful detainer lawsuits, tenant buy-out negotiations and property management resolutions, as well as general civil litigation. Ms. Campbell specializes in San Francisco Rent Board matters and appeals, including pursuing landlord petitions and defending tenant-side petitions.
Ms. Campbell formative legal background includes varied experiences, including her roles as Managing Editor of the North Carolina Journal of International Law, President of the Carolina Health Law Organization and as a member of the Corporate Appellate Moot Court Team. She also worked on insurance-related class actions lawsuit, represented criminal defendants through trial as an intern for a public defender’s office, and represented indigent clients at the University of North Carolina’s Civil Litigation Clinic. Ms. Campbell also gained transactional experience negotiating clinical research agreements for Wake Forest University’s Health Sciences Department. Finally, she has served as a lead Voir Dire consultant and jury selection analyst for civil lawsuits throughout the country for several years before joining Kaufman Dolowich Voluck LLP.
As a part of the KDV Real Estate practice group, Ms. Campbell also routinely handles lot splits, mergers public hearings, zoning issues and alternate-dwelling unit permitting.
- North Carolina
- University of North Carolina School of Law – J.D. with honors
- Northwestern University – B.A. Political Science & International Studies, cum laude
- Fluent in Spanish – oral & written