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Charles M. Campbell

Law student and community leader in Eastern and Western Canada

Charles M. Campbell is a first-year law student at Thompson Rivers University, Faculty of Law. He holds a Honours Bachelor of Arts in Human Rights and Equity Studies with a specialization in research at York University. He is the director of finance for the Black Law Students’ Association of Canada, and president of his school’s Labor and Employment Law Club. Charles is
a member of the Criminal Law Club, Oral Advocacy Club, Environmental Law, and Basketball Club.

At the TRU BLSA Chapter, he works as a creative director tasked with inciting interest among historically disadvantaged undergraduate students in applying to the law school, as well as, authoring a recent public op-ed titled: Tiered Diversity.

Outside of his studies, Charles returns to the activities that centre him. He continues to enjoy playing basketball as a member of the TRU Law Intramural Basketball club and represented the faculty at the Hoop-Law 2018 Charity Basketball Tournament where he competed against representatives from the law schools and major law firms across the province. The annual event raises awareness and funds for local charities supporting inner-city youth in Vancouver.

In everything that he does, Charles is devoted to inspiring others to relentlessly pursue their goals irrespective of the obstacles along the way. He looks forward to finding innovative ways to impact the various communities he serves through his legal education.