Attorney Jason Campbell

A North Carolina eminent domain lawyer who puts experience to work for clients

Mr. Jason Campbell joined the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin in 2013 as an attorney in the firm’s Eminent Domain department.

Mr. Campbell received his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School in 1994. Three years before, he graduated from Wayne State University, where he received his B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Economics.

Prior to joining the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin, Mr. Campbell worked for nearly 13 years as an Assistant Attorney General for the North Carolina Department of Justice, where he practiced eminent domain law for the Department of Transportation. Mr. Campbell’s experience included functioning as the lead attorney on a case with the largest exposure the Department had ever faced at that point in time.

Mr. Campbell feels this experience of working for the “other side” gives him insight into how the DOT operates.

“Working for the DOT really opened my eyes to what the eminent domain process is like in North Carolina,” Mr. Campbell said. “I saw firsthand the difference between property owners who hired a qualified attorney and those who did not. I want to make sure each and every one of my clients is heard, and I’m excited to put my experience to work for them every time.”

Mr. Campbell has taken dozens of cases to trial in North Carolina, including a number of high-dollar, high-exposure cases, acting as lead attorney and arguing cases before the North Carolina Court of Appeals.

Mr. Campbell is a member of the Wake County Bar Association and the North Carolina Advocates for Justice.

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Practice Area:

Eminent Domain

Law School:

University of Michigan Law School
Ann Arbor, MI
1994 J.D.


Wayne State University
Detroit, MI
1991 B.A. in Political Science with minor in Economics


  • Wake County Bar Association
  • North Carolina Advocates for Justice
    • Secretary Eminent Domain Section
    • Former Legislative Co-chair, Eminent Domain Section