Lead by example: Judge Pamela Campbell advises students

“Lead by example, with professionalism, civility and integrity,” Sixth Judicial Circuit Judge Pamela A.M. Campbell J.D. ’89 told a crowd of law students gathered at Stetson’s Leadership Luncheon on the Gulfport campus on Nov. 18. She spoke with students about the leadership pillar of communication.

Judge Pamela Campbell addresses students at Stetson's Leadership Luncheon Nov. 18.

Judge Pamela Campbell addresses students at Stetson’s Leadership Luncheon on Nov. 18. Photo by 2L Kevin James.

Judge Campbell was appointed as a circuit judge in 2006, and has been re-elected without opposition.

She advised the students, “Good work gets you more work.”

Prior to joining the circuit court, Judge Campbell practiced law in Pinellas County for 17 years focusing primarily on health law, probate, and guardianship. She served as president of the St. Petersburg Bar Association from 1998-99 and as president of the Stetson Alumni Association from 2001-02. She has served as co-president of the Barney Masterson American Inn of Court twice.

Stetson’s Student Leadership Development Committee helps bring distinguished speakers to Stetson’s Gulfport campus through the Leadership Luncheon series.

Students received credit towards a Leadership Certificate for participating in the program.