L&E Attorney Tricia Campbell Receives the Women’s Justice Award

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Langdon & Emison congratulates attorney Tricia Campbell for receiving the Women’s Justice Litigation Practitioner Award at a ceremony hosted by Missouri Lawyers Weekly, Thursday, May 3 at the Four Seasons Hotel in St. Louis. 

The Women’s Justice Award celebrates and recognizes women in all facets of the law who exhibit the core principles of leadership, professionalism, accomplishment and passion for making a difference.

Tricia was recognized for making a positive impact on the lives of thousands of women through her tireless work in vaginal mesh litigation, which included managing the litigation work-up of dozens of bellwether cases and assisting in trying a national mass tort bellwether case.

She was also recognized for providing exceptional legal representation to her clients and for her leadership within Langdon & Emison and the legal community.

“Tricia believes in serving first, and her leadership enriches the lives of her clients and colleagues and enhances the culture of our law firm,” said founding partner Kent Emison. “Tricia’s belief in the cases she litigates drives her pursuit of justice on behalf of clients who face the overwhelming task of taking on the world’s largest corporations and holding them accountable for products that harm innocent people.”

Family members, colleagues and friends joined Tricia in St. Louis when she accepted the award. We congratulate her on this well-deserved honor.

About Tricia Campbell

Tricia joined Langdon & Emison in 2017 to support the management of the firm’s mass tort division. She oversees multiple mass tort dockets and the firm’s continued expansion into new torts. Tricia has nearly 10 years of experience in all aspects of civil litigation, both state and federal, including years of experience in mass tort litigation on a national scale. She has led efforts to establish multidistrict litigation, and her litigation experience includes assisting in trying a national mass tort bellwether case and performing key roles during all phases of litigation leading up to trial. Tricia serves as a board member for the Association of Women Lawyers of Greater Kansas City. She is a member of Women En Masse and the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys Women’s Caucus.

About Langdon & Emison

Langdon & Emison is recognized as one of the nation’s leading personal injury law firms, having taken on some of the world’s largest corporations on behalf of injured people and their families in courtrooms from coast to coast. Langdon & Emison represented the plaintiff in Baker vs. General Motors, a landmark lawsuit where for the first time evidence was admitted into court proving an automaker’s deliberate choice of profits over human safety. With offices in Lexington and Kansas City (Mo.), St. Louis, and Chicago, the firm has earned a national reputation as a leader in auto defect cases, trucking accidents and a full array of personal injury litigation.