Alyssa D. Campbell
Top Rated Native American Law Attorney in Stillwater, OK
Attorney Alyssa D. Campbell is the founder of Campbell Law Office, PLLC, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Certified in American Indian Law from the Center for the Study of American Indian Law & Policy at the University of Oklahoma College of Law, Ms. Campbell devotes the majority of her practice to tribal law, assisting a broad range of clients with their legal needs involving tribal prosecution, gaming operations, health care, HIPAA matters, employment law, legislative matters, child welfare cases and many other areas.
In addition, Ms. Campbell also handles family law matters for both tribal and nontribal clients, and she has extensive experience assisting individuals and families who are going through the divorce process with their issues regarding child custody and support, spousal support, visitation and other related matters. She also advocates for clients involving their grandparents' rights, fathers' rights and paternity, and she assists with adoptions, guardianships and basic estate planning as well as with corporate formation and general business counseling and employment law.
Regardless of the issues her clients are facing or how complex their needs, Ms. Campbell delivers highly personalized counsel to help them make the best-informed decisions, and she works hard to help them achieve their goals and the favorable outcomes they seek as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.
A 2001 graduate of the University of Texas, Austin, Ms. Campbell obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2004, where she was a member of the American Indian Law Review. In addition to her certification in American Indian Law, she also earned certification in health care compliance from the Health Care Compliance Association, and she has served as legal counsel to various health boards in her area.
Ms. Campbell holds her admission to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Northern, Eastern and Western Districts of Oklahoma as well as before various tribal courts. She is an active member of the Payne County Bar Association, the Oklahoma Bar Association, and the bar associations for several Native American tribes, including the Chickasaw Nation, Creek Nation, Pawnee Nation, Kaw Nation, Seminole Nation, Absentee Shawnee Tribe and others. She also has several publications to her credit, and she has conducted lectures and seminars across her region on a variety of legal topics.
About Alyssa D. Campbell
First Admitted: 2004, Oklahoma
Professional Webpage: https://www.campbell-lawpllc.com/about-us/alyssa-campbell/
- Alyssa D. Campbell, What Every Oklahoma Elder Lawyer Should Know About Joint Ownership of Property, “Elder Law: A Compendium of Materials” (Jonathan Barry Forman, ed., 2004), available at http://www.law.ou.edu/lawrevs/
- Oklahoma Tribal Gaming Regulators Association – “Liability and the Gaming Commission”
- Speaker at Journey to Justice Summit; “Domestic Violence Jurisdictional Issues in Indian Country” for the Institute for Native Justice
- Indian Country Jurisdiction for CLEET Academy – Oklahoma County
- Domestic Violence 101
- Legal Block Education for Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training for Reserve Officer Academy (including Indian Country Jurisdiction, Domestic Violence Laws for Law Enforcement)
- Alyssa D. Campbell, 5 Things Every Practitioner Should Know About the Indian Child Welfare Act, “Communiqué,” January, 2014 Issue
- University of Texas at Austin, B.A., Government and Spanish, 2001
- Certified in American Indian Law from the Center for the Study of American Indian Law and Policy, 2004
- Certified in HealthCare Compliance from the Health Care Compliance Association for 7 years, 2015
- Member - Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma Bar Association, 2019
- Accredited Member - Better Business Bureau
- Member, Osage Nation Bar Association, 2017-Present, 2017
- Member, Ponca Tribal Bar Association 2014-Present, 2014
- Member - Kaw Nation Bar Association 2006-Present, 2006
- Member, Seminole Nation Bar Association 2017-Present, 2017
- Member - Pawnee Nation Bar Association 2006- Present, 2006
- Member -Chickasaw Nation Bar Association 2005 - Present, 2005
- Member - Creek Nation Bar Association 2009-Present, 2009
- Member - Absentee Shawnee Tribe Bar Association 2006-Present, 2006
- Member - Sac and Fox Nation Bar Association - 2019-Present, 2019
- Member - Payne County Bar Association 2004-Present, 2004
- Member - United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma 2019-Present, 2019
- Member - United States District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma 2013-Present, 2013
- Member Oklahoma Bar Association 2004 - Present, 2004
- Member - United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma 2004-Present, 2004
- Gaming Commissions
- Native American Tribes
Last Updated: 5/16/2022