Daniel M. Campbell

Daniel M. Campbell


Daniel M. Campbell joined Scarfone & Geen, P.C. in January 2021 as a law clerk.  In December of 2021, Dan transitioned into his role as an attorney at Scarfone & Gen, P.C.  Since his admission to practice, Mr. Campbell has successfully drafted and argued a number of Motions for Summary Disposition in favor of insurers.  Mr. Campbell’s practice focuses primarily on No-Fault defense litigation, including first-party, first-party provider, third-party, uninsured and underinsured motorist claims, and coverage issues.   Mr. Campbell is admitted to practice in the State of Michigan and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.

Mr. Campbell graduated Summa Cum Laude from Ferris State University with a Bachelor of Science.  He later obtained his Juris Doctorate from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School, attending on a full-tuition Honor’s Scholarship and graduating Magna Cum Laude.  While at Cooley, he earned Certificates of Merit in Constitutional Law II, Evidence, and Drafting.

Throughout law school, Mr. Campbell was an active member of Cooley’s student-body, serving as a Senator on the Student Bar Association and Mentor to 1L students.  Additionally, he authored and moderated a Constitution Day discussion between election-law experts regarding political gerrymandering and Michigan’s newly created Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission. 

Outside of the classroom, Mr. Campbell worked as a Senior Associate Editor for the WMU-Cooley Law Review.  Mr. Campbell also competed on Cooley’s Inaugural Bankruptcy Moot Court Team, which earned a top twenty-five finish at the 28th Annual Duberstein National Moot Court Competition in New York City. 

Mr. Campbell also interned in the 7th Circuit Court for Genesee County.  Later, he went on to extern for the Genesee County Prosecutor’s Office, practicing under MCR 8.120 in the Office’s Warrant and Pre-Trial Divisions for the 67th District Court for Genesee County, as well as the City of Flint.