Campbell M. Stuart


Campbell advises and represents clients in a broad range of insurance coverage and extra-contractual liability matters.

Prior to joining the firm, Campbell was an associate at a West Coast-based mid-sized insurance firm where he was an insurance coverage and commercial litigation attorney.  There, he concentrated his practice on Washington and Oregon insurance coverage and extra-contractual liability matters, preparing coverage opinions as well as motions, pleadings, and briefs in actions before state and federal courts. 

Previously, Campbell also served as a legal extern at the Education Division of Washington State's Office of the Attorney General, where he assisted with the work of Associate Attorneys General advising and defending Washington's public tertiary education institutions.

Campbell earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Washington School of Law.  Before law school, Campbell worked for insurance managing general agents in Washington State and in London.  Campbell earned his Bachelor of Laws with first class honors from the University of Aberdeen and his Masters in International Commercial Law from University College London.


WA Supreme Court: Deprivation of Intended Use Post-COVID-19 Not Physical Damage

September 01, 2022

The Washington Supreme Court added its voice to the developing strong, if not unanimous national consensus that COVID-19 and related government closures do not amount to direct physical loss of property within the meaning of property insurance policies.

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  • University of Washington School of Law, J.D., 2021
  • University College London, LL.M., with distinction, 2014
  • University of Aberdeen, LL.B., summa cum laude, 2013

Awards & Honors

CALI Excellence for the Future Award: Criminal Law (2019)

Sir Frederick Pollock Scholarship for Students from North America (2014)

  • Washington