Daly & Campbell Law Firm
Passion for People
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Why Choose Daly & Campbell?
The only thing worse than looking for a lawyer is the underlying legal reason that needs attention. Perhaps you have looked to Google to answer your questions only to find yourself more confused or concerned. Do I even need an attorney? How much does a lawyer cost? It should come as no surprise that we suggest you ask an attorney those questions.
As local Friendswood lawyers we have found solutions for individuals, families and businesses facing a wide range of legal issues. Our passion is not focused on a specific legal area but on solving people’s problems. If you have questions or are in need of legal counsel, don’t hesitate to give us a call.
passion for people
Daly & Campbell is led by trial attorneys Brendan M. Daly and J. Reese Campbell who have a passion for helping people. After serving the community and representing the State of Texas as prosecutors, Brendan Daly and Reese Campbell utilize their civil experience and trial expertise to guide their clients through whatever challenges life may bring them.
Clients find comfort knowing that “Trial Lawyers” is not a marketing gimmick. In the modern age of mediation and arbitration, that vast majority of civil litigation attorneys have little courtroom experience. As prosecutors, Brendan Daly and Reese Campbell gained experience trying countless jury trials ranging from white collar crime to murder. Now they utilize these skills on behalf of clients involved in civil litigation.
Daly & Campbell are able to offer their clients legal services in a full range of areas due to their wide ranging experience. To get a better idea of the spectrum of their legal expertise, see their current list of 2018 cases below. Their academic approach to the study of allow not only allows them to help a broader group of clients but also allows them to offer legal services to those who are facing unique and complicated challenges.
Experienced in Unique and Diverse Legal Challenges
Recent Cases & Matters
Brendan M. Daly is from League City, Texas. Mr. Daly earned his Juris Doctorate degree from Touro Law Center in Huntington, NY in 2005 while working full-time at The New York Times in their NYC office. Mr. Daly received his Bachelor of Science degree from the City University of New York in 1999 after attending the University of Louisiana-Lafayette on a full baseball scholarship. Mr. Daly’s two greatest achievements are his much-loved children, Brock and Eva.
Brendan Daly is fully licensed to practice law in the United States’ Southern District Court of Texas, and is a member of several prestigious legal associations, including:
Texas BAR Association | The College of the State Bar of Texas
Reese Campbell is from west Texas. He came to Galveston County after law school to start his legal career as a prosecutor. Reese has spent his entire career as a trial lawyer. Although many attorneys make this claim, most attorneys never see the inside of a courtroom. Reese has spent almost half of the last eleven years being in a courtroom.
Reese believes that nothing can be better than firsthand experience when fighting your case.
Reese has extensive experience in the courtroom. He has tried over 50 jury trials, and has conducted hundreds of hearings in Texas courtrooms. He has worked in Galveston, Harris, Brazoria, Montgomery, Bexar, Fort Bend and other counties.
After joining with Brendan to form Daly & Campbell, the two operate as a team of attorneys who use their experience in the courtroom to get results for clients.
Reese Campbell graduated from Abilene Christian University with a degree in Political Science and a minor in Bible Studies. He earned his Law Degree in from St. Mary’s University Law School in San Antonio, Texas where he graduated Magna Cum Laude and within the top 5% of his class.
Courts of Admittance:
State of Texas
United States District Court Southern District of Texas
College of the State Bar of Texas