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Bone McAllester Norton Attorney Maria Campbell Recognized as a “Pro Bono Hero” by Tennessee Bar Association

Maria Q Campbell Attorney at Bone McAllester NortonMaria Q. CampbellBone McAllester Norton attorney Maria Campbell was recognized as a “Pro Bono Hero” in a list compiled by the Tennessee Bar Association’s (TBA) Access to Justice Committee in January 2019. According to the article, attorneys in the state reported performing an average of 53.1 hours of pro bono in 2016—the second highest rate among all states taking part in an American Bar Association survey.

As a litigation attorney and public interest advocate, Campbell gives her time to the Tennessee Justice Center’s TennCare Appeals project and Military Spouse JD Network. A California native, Campbell recently moved to Tennessee and has also become active in many local professional activities, including the TBA Young Lawyers Division’s Diversity Committee.

From the firm’s beginning, the leaders at Bone McAllester Norton have valued creating a culture founded upon making a difference for good. We are proud of the various ways the firm’s attorneys choose to serve the Nashville community.

To read the full article, visit Tennessee Bar Association’s website.

Bone McAllester Norton attorney Maria Campbell selected as ABA Innovation Fellow

Maria Q Campbell Attorney at Bone McAllester NortonMaria Q. Campbell AttorneyBone McAllester Norton attorney Maria Campbell has been selected as an Innovation Fellow by the American Bar Association’s Center for Innovation, one of six fellowships offered by the center. In this role, she will be working with the Military Spouse JD Network to help make it easier for attorney spouses of military service members to find opportunities to practice law and contribute to their communities. Formed in 2011 by two military spouses, MSJDN advocates for licensing accommodations for military spouses, including bar membership without additional examination, as well opportunities to network with other military spouses with Juris Doctor degrees.

As one of the first to take advantage of Tennessee’s Military Spouse Licensing Law, enacted in early 2016 to grant a Tennessee law license to military spouses who are licensed in another state, Campbell is a public interest advocate and litigation attorney with a focus on business disputes and advising nonprofits. In addition to her work with Bone McAllester Norton, she serves as the communications director for Military Spouse JD Network and co-chair for the events committee of Women for Tennessee’s Future.

For more information about ABA’s Center for Innovation, visit their website.

BoneLaw Adds Maria Q. Campbell to its Litigation Team

Maria Q. Campbell - Attorney At LawMaria Q. Campbell - Attorney At Law

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is pleased to announce that Maria Q. Campbell has joined the firm.

Maria is part of the firm’s litigation team focusing her practice in areas including employment, administrative and bankruptcy law. “We’re thrilled to welcome Maria to our Bone McAllester Norton team,” said Chairman Charles W. Bone. “Her diverse skills make her a terrific fit for our broad and vibrant litigation practice.”

Maria received her J.D. from Loyola Law School in 2015 and graduated with a B.A, cum laude, from The University of Southern California. Licensed to practice in California and Tennessee, Maria was one of the first to take advantage of Tennessee’s Military Spouse Licensing Law, enacted in early 2016, which grants a Tennessee law license to military spouses who are licensed in another state.

Before joining Bone McAllester Norton, Maria previously worked for firms in the greater Los Angeles region, including DLA Piper and Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo.

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