- Adjunct Professor
- San Francisco
Adjunct Professor Rich Campbell is an attorney at the US Environmental Protection Agency, Region 9, located in San Francisco. He represents the EPA in enforcement matters brought under a variety of environmental statutes, including the Safe Drinking Water Act and the Clean Water Act. Prior to joining the EPA in 2003, Professor Campbell counseled clients in environmental law and water law matters in private practice in Arizona for several years. During this period, Mr. Campbell was elected Chair of the Maricopa County Bar Association's Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section.
Before teaching at Golden Gate University, Professor Campbell was a lecturer on environmental law and policy at San Francisco State University, and before that lectured on water law issues for Arizona State University's Center for Environmental Studies. Mr. Campbell remains a regular contributor of legal analyses to ASU's Riparian Council newsletter.Professor Campbell was recently elected to serve as Chair of the City of Pacifica's Planning Commission for 2011. Professor Campbell holds a BA in political science from UCLA, and a JD degree from UC Hastings College of the Law.