PROFESSIONAL PROFILE
Amy Campbell
Cecil C Humphreys School of Law
1 N. Front Street
Memphis, TN 38103
Work Phone: (901)678-3231
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Amy T. Campbell, JD, MBEis Associate Professor of Law and Director, Health Law Institute, at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, where she is responsible for creating and leading a new health law program.  She also serves as Adjunct Faculty in the Center for Bioethics and Clinical Leadership of the Union Graduate College-Mount Sinai School of Medicine Bioethics Program.  Prof. Campbell received her law degree from Yale Law School, her Master's in Bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania, and her BA in History and Peace Studies from the University of Notre Dame.

At Memphis Law, Prof. Campbell developed and teaches the new Public Health Law course, and soon, the newly-approved Health Law I and Health Policy Practicum courses.  She also has taught a health care reform seminar and Mental Health Law.  Prior faculty experience in academic medical settings include teaching ethics to medical, nursing, health professional and PhD basic science students, and health policy to an interdisciplinary mix of professional students. Her scholarly interests include: how to develop health policy from a therapeutic, evidence-informed, and ethical perspective; how law is used to change individual and population behavior; how to frame bioethicists' role on a global policy stage; and how better to meet legal training needs of health professionals (including via innovative interdisciplinary law-health professional student approaches). Particular areas of interest include public health, child and adolescent health, and mental health.  

Ms. Campbell’s University service includes membership on the Faculty Recruitment Committee and acting as faculty advisor to the student Health Law Society, with past service as Chair of the Ad Hoc Library Collections Development Committee.  Community/regional service includes membership on the Executive Committee of the Health Law Section of the Tennessee Bar Association.  Additionally, Prof. Campbell is policy advisor to the National Implementation Research Network and serves on the Advisory Board of World Medical & Health Policy (journal).  She is also Chair of the Advocacy Committee of the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine, serves on the National Advisory Committee of Youth Providers 2.0, and is actively engaged in pediatric law and bioethics endeavors through the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities.


Additional Information

TBA Membership Status: Member : 2014 - 2015
Legal Education: Yale Law School
Year Licensed: 1997
Other Licenses: PA: 1997 NY: 2004
Section Membership(s): Health Law Section, TBA Members
Practice Areas/Areas of Interest: Disability Law, Health & Hospital Law, Juvenile Law