Thomas D. Campbell L’18
Tom Campbell is from New Hampshire’s scenic 18-mile stretch of coastline. He earned a BA in philosophy at the University of Vermont, where he completed an honors thesis discussing ethics and authorial authority in personal identities. After graduation, he became an Education Coordinator at a rape crisis center in Burlington, Vermont. He provided health advocacy and direct support to survivors of sexual violence, led workshops for high school and college students, and trained service-providers, including Vermont’s Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners.
At Penn, Tom has focused much of his legal research on issues of health care and white-collar prosecution, with a specific focus on health care fraud. He is pursuing a Masters in Bioethics through the Perelman School of Medicine and is an Articles Editor of the University of Pennsylvania Law Review. During his summers, Tom worked at the U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Massachusetts, in their health care fraud unit, and at Williams and Connolly in Washington, D.C. He also interned in the General Counsel’s Office of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and worked in Penn’s Supreme Court Clinic and Civil Practice Clinic. After graduating, Tom will be clerking on the Sixth Circuit before returning to New England to clerk for the District of Massachusetts.