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Campbell, Brian 2006 Evaluation


Second Judicial District - Denver County Court Judge

Honorable Brian T. Campbell 

Retention Year: 2006
Recommendation: Retain


2006 Retention Survey Report 


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The Second Judicial District Commission on Judicial Performance unanimously recommends that Judge Brian T. Campbell BE RETAINED.

Judge Campbell was appointed to the Denver County Court bench in March 1980. Prior to his appointment, Judge Campbell was in private practice specializing in civil litigation and clerked for a federal judge in Denver. Judge Campbell received his undergraduate degree in 1970 from Knox College. He received his law degree from the University of Colorado in 1972. For the past two and a half years, Judge Campbell has presided over traffic court.
Judge Campbell is an active member of the Denver Bar Association, the Colorado Bar Association, the Colorado Women’s Bar Association and the Minoru Yasui Inn of Court. Judge Campbell received the Denver Bar Association’s Judicial Excellence Award in 1990, and the Colorado Women’s Employment and Education Silver Flame Award in 1998. The Catholic Lawyers Guild in 2002, the Denver Domestic Violence Task Force in 1999 and the Rocky Mountain Children’s Legal Center Champion for Children in 1998 have also honored Judge Campbell.

The Commission reviewed written evaluations of Judge Campbell from attorneys and non-attorneys, including written comments. The Commission also considered a self-evaluation completed by Judge Campbell and conducted a personal interview with him.
Judge Campbell consistently received high ratings from attorneys in virtually every category evaluated. Attorneys and non-attorneys both regarding Judge Campbell as experienced, honest, diplomatic, and respectful. Among the non-attorneys surveyed, 84% recommended that Judge Campbell be retained. Among the attorneys surveyed, 100% recommend that Judge Campbell be retained.