Maya Campbell


I graduated with a degree in History from Reed College and received my J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law where I was a Henderson Scholar and served as Senior Articles and Essays Editor of the California Law Review.

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What makes Edelson unique?


The community and candor of the attorneys

Curriculum Vitae

MAYA CAMPBELL is an Associate* at Edelson PC where her work focuses on mass tort and class actions.


At Berkeley Law, Maya served as Senior Articles and Essays Editor of the California Law Review, was co-chair of the Womxn of Color Collective, and served on the Executive Board of the Law Students of African Descent. During law school, she externed for the Honorable Donna M. Ryu on the Northern District of California, interned with the ACLU – Immigrants’ Rights Project, and served as a research assistant for Professors Joy Milligan and Dylan Penningroth.



Awards and Honors:

  •  Public Interest and Social Justice Certificate, Berkeley Law Henderson Scholar, American Jurisprudence Award – Civil Rights in American History




  • Perceived to be Deviant: Social Norms, Social Change, and New York State’s “Walking While Trans” Ban, 110 CALIF. L. REV. (forthcoming, June 2022)


*Candidate for February 2022 California bar exam.

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