About Dean A. Campbell, Esq.

Dean A. Campbell, Esq.

Mr. Campbell was admitted to practice law in the State of Delaware in 1997 after graduating magna cum laude from Widener University School of Law. Mr. Campbell is a civil litigation trial attorney whose reputation is one for handling a variety of cases. In today’s legal community, and considering the streamlined practices developed in certain areas of law, many attorneys practice in “boxes” (e.g. estate planning, real estate, criminal, etc.). The problem with that mentality is that attorneys become hesitant to work outside that “box” and venture into unfamiliar territory. That becomes problematic when the nature of the case involves one or more disciplines of law. The legal problems people encounter do not always fit neatly into a “box”. Critical thinking, analysis, and a willingness to cross legal disciplines gives Mr. Campbell a step-up on his competition.

Mr. Campbell entered the legal community after serving as a police officer for seventeen (17) years. His goal is, and always has been, to help others with their problems. The practice’s motto is: “serving our neighbors – old and new”, and that's just what he does; strives to represent real people, his neighbors here in Southern Delaware, with real problems zealously and professionally.

Law Office of Dean A. Campbell, LLC.

Dean A.Campbell is the owner and managing member of Dean A.Campbell, LLC. The firm was established in April 2006 by Mr. Campbell after having worked as a trial attorney for two other prominent Georgetown, Delaware firms. In 2008, the firm was recognized by U.S. News and World Report as a Delaware business leader. Mr. Campbell has worked as a civil litigation trial attorney since 1999 when he entered private practice. Mr.Campbell is best known for his litigation work involving real property disputes, title disputes, commercial lease disputes, homeowner association disputes, mechanics lien disputes and construction disputes.

Prior to entering the private practice of law in 1999, Mr. Campbell served as a police officer with the Delaware River and Bay Authority Police Department (“DRBAPD”), both at its Lewes and New Castle, Delaware troops. While serving with DRBAPD, Mr. Campbell served first as a patrol officer and then advanced to the position of Troop Commander. His law enforcement career ended with an early retirement after serving as Professional Standards Officer where he worked as administrative assistant to the Chief of Police and as Internal Affairs investigator.


Practice Areas

Mr. Campbell practices many areas of law including, but not limited to: Personal Injury (specializing in motorcycle accident injuries), Real Estate Related LitigationCommercial Lease LitigationHomeowner Association LitigationTitle DisputesChancery Litigation involving Fiduciary Duty ViolationsEstate and Trust LitigationConstruction LitigationMechanics Liens and Mechanics Lien Defense, Contract Litigation, Business and Commercial Litigation, Employment Discrimination, DUI Representation, Delaware Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act Compliance, and more.

For a more comprehensive list visit our Areas of Practice.

Biography

Admitted: Delaware, 1997; New Jersey, 1997; U.S. Federal District Court for the District of Delaware; U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals. Education: J.D., Widener University School of Law, magna cum laude, 1997 (Delaware Journal of Corporate Law, Moot Court); B.S. Delaware State University, Accounting & Business Administration; B.A. University of Delaware, English & Criminal Justice, 1982; Laurel High School, 1978. Teaching: Delaware Technical & Community College, Accounting & Paralegal Studies; Wilmington University, Professional Ethics, Contracts, Civil Procedures, etc. Community Involvement: Goshen United Methodist Church, Milton, Delaware, Assistant Choir Director, Past Finance Chair; Boy Scouts of America, Troop #1 Lewes, Delaware Committee Treasurer & former Assistant Scout Master; 4-H Youth Leader; Little League (Milton & Lewes), coach and umpire; Family: wife, Alaine, three(3) children, and three (3) step children.