Brian Campbell is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School, and was called to the bar in 1975. He quickly became a law partner with Robertson, Lane, Perrett. By 1980 he was a founding partner of the firm Bogart, Russell, Campbell and Robertson and became the head of it's litigation department. In 1989 his firm merged with Shibley, Righton. Since 1992 Brian has been associated in a senior capacity with several prominent Toronto firms and is now a member of Goldman Sloan Nash & Haber LLP .

Prior to being called to the bar, Brian graduated with honours and went on to obtain an M.A. and M.Phil. in Political Science and International Politics from the University of Toronto. Brian subsequently obtained his LLM in Civil Litigation and ADR from York University.

Brian was an instructor with the Bar Admission Course in Public Law for many years, and has been an instructor for the Intensive Trial Advocacy Program at Osgoode Hall, York University. Brian is occasionally a guest lecturer and speaker at various continuing legal education and insight seminars.

Brian has written articles on a variety of subjects connected with builders and developers and on professional disciplinary matters. In addition, he has published many papers on other legal issues as they relate to specific industries and to the legal profession in general.

Brian currently produces newsletters on legal issues of interest to the public and builders alike concerning new residential homes construction and ownership, including breaches of warranty, construction deficiencies and breach of contract disputes, as well as construction liens and other issues that face the building and development industry.

These articles can be accessed under the Publications tab.