Campbell is a senior associate in the firm’s international arbitration practice based in New York, where he specialises in advising on complex, multi-jurisdictional disputes.
He practices both investment and commercial arbitration, and has experience advising on disputes under the HKIAC, LCIA, ICC, UNCITRAL and ICSID Rules, as well as in national courts. Campbell's work spans a broad range of industry sectors, jurisdictions, and applicable laws.
Prior to joining Freshfields, Campbell practiced in the Cayman Islands, in the London office of another international law firm, and at a leading New Zealand law firm. He serves on the Editorial Board of the International Arbitration Law Review, and is an Adjunct Professor at the City University of Hong Kong School of Law.
Campbell is admitted to practice law in New York, England & Wales (solicitor advocate (civil)), the Cayman Islands and New Zealand, and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Advising a multi-billion dollar alternative investment and private equity fund in connection with multiple Hong Kong-seated arbitrations, and ancillary court proceedings in Hong Kong, the Cayman Islands, and St Kitts & Nevis.
Advising an international retail company on its defence of claims brought against it by an Asian private equity fund in connection with the sale of the company's Korean operations.
Advising a global private equity firm on its defence of a USD 300m claim brought against it arising out of an investment in South Korea.
Advising the Republic of Cyprus in its successful defence of a USD 1bn ICSID claim arising out of Cyprus's regulatory treatment of the nation's second-largest bank during the eurozone financial crisis.*
Advising an international building products manufacturer in judicial review proceedings arising out of a product liability claim.*
*Selected representations prior to joining Freshfields.