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Campbell MacCallum, Moloney MacCallum

ampbell pursued a career in professional sport in the United Kingdom before returning to Australia and undertaking a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Science degrees at Griffith University in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast where he achieved Honours in Law.

Upon the completion of his degree Campbell immediately commenced employment and began gaining valuable career experience as a Judges Associate in the District Court at Ipswich with Her Honour Judge Richards. During that two year period, Campbell assisted Her Honour to work through many criminal trials, sentences and various other criminal procedural applications. Campbell's dedication and intense application to all matters of Law, coupled with the vast experience gained from working one on one with a Judge, including researching in depth all aspects of criminal law ultimately led to him being admitted as a Barrister in 2002 after successfully completing the Bar Practice Course.

For the next six months Campbell worked in the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions where he was heavily involved in various criminal trials and many other areas of the criminal jurisdiction.

Ryan & Bosscher Lawyers offered Campbell a position as a criminal defence lawyer in 2003 to commence in the Ipswich office and he was admitted as a Solicitor later that same year. After securing a string of favourable outcomes for his clients and the Firm, Campbell was promoted to the position of Senior Associate in 2006. After a short period of time Campbell's talents were recognised by being made a Partner of the Firm.

Campbell's obvious legal ability, together with his outstanding communication skills has seen him represent many clients on a wide range of criminal matters. He has gained extensive experience at all levels of the judicial system including the Magistrates Court, District Court, Supreme Court, Health Practitioner's Tribunal, Crime and Misconduct Hearings, Mental Health Court, Domestic Violence and traffic jurisdictions.

Campbell has a keen interest in all sports and excelled over many years representing Queensland at schoolboy, under 19 and 21 level in rugby union. He also played professionally in the United Kingdom for three years before returning to Australia to complete his studies.

Campbell has represented a number of high profile sporting personalities in both criminal matters and disciplinary hearings. In addition Campbell has successfully defended charges in all criminal jurisdictions including offences such as murder, manslaughter, robberies, assaults, sex offences, frauds, trafficking/supplying/possessing dangerous drugs, Customs offences, Commonwealth/Federal offences, Court of Appeal applications and a variety of minor offences.

A person charged with any criminal offence can be confident that Campbell's experience in advocacy over more then 10 years coupled with his complete knowledge of all matters relating to Criminal Law will ensure the best possible outcome.