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 issues of identity ethics and philosophical definitions of personhood. While researching his thesis, he volunteered at H.O.P.E. Works, a rape crisis center in Burlington, VT. After graduation, he became an Education Coordinator at H.O.P.E. Works. He provided direct-service support to survivors of sexual violence, led workshops for high school and college students, and trained state service-providers, including Vermont’s Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners. He also offered education and support to youth in custody at a juvenile detention center.
Tom is now enrolled in a joint-degree program at Penn Law, pursuing a Masters in Bioethics through the Perelman School of Medicine. He is also a proud board member of the Penn Law Chapter of the American Constitution Society. He will spend his first law school summer working in the Criminal Division of the US Attorney’s Office in Boston. Next year he will also be Communications Editor of RegBlog and the Development and Outreach Editor of the Civil Rights Law Project. When not working, Tom enjoys live music, local food, and contemporary literature.