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Mediator Information
Name Mary Madison Campbell
Law Firm Peaceful Legal
Location Victorville
Practice Areas
Family Law, Probate, Environment Law
Date of Admission to the California State Bar
First Year Mediation Experience
  • Juris Doctorate, University of California at Davis, King Hall School of Law (1990)
    • Public Interest Law Certificate
  • Bachelor of Arts in English, DePauw University (1984)
    • Cum Laude
  • Merit Scholar, Washington College (1980-1982)
ADR-Specific Education
  • New Ways for Families Advanced Training, 12-hour program, High Conflict Institute (2014)
  • Dispute Resolution Program Act Basic Mediation Training, 25-hour program, Inland Valleys Justice Center (2012)
  • Certificate in Workplace Mediation, 25-hour program, University of California at Davis (2010)
  • Certificate, University of California at Davis Extension Program in Conflict Resolution (2008) 
  • Certificate in Custody/Visitation Mediation, Maryland Association of Community Mediation Centers (2005)
  • Certificate in Mediation, 50-hour program, Maryland Association of Community Mediation Centers (2004)
Bar Memberships
  • California (June 5, 1991)
  • United States District Court, Central District (July 17, 2012)
Professional Association Memberships
  • Member, California State Bar
  • Member, Riverside County Bar Association
  • Member, San Bernardino County Bar Association
  • Member, Association for Conflict Resolution
  • Member, Academy of Professional Family Mediators
  • Board Member, High Desert Bar Association
  • Volunteer, San Bernardino County Legal Services
Additional Information
In addition to her mediation and law practice, Mary Campbell is a teacher for University of California Extension's Conflict Resolution Certificate Program. Campbell teaches Introduction to Mediation, Facilitation and Community Engagement, and she previously taught Managing Community Conflict and a Theory-to-Practice seminar. Campbell worked at the University of California at Davis (UC Davis) where she was an analyst and facilitator. She also mediated for the U.S. Department of Agriculture through UC Davis Extension's Common Ground Center for Cooperative Solutions, working with ranchers, farmers, insurance companies and rural homeowners. She has worked with five community-based mediation centers in Maryland and California, mediating everything from family disputes to criminal charges. Campbell also has written and published extensively on Native American and environmental issues as well as environmental topics for the Chesapeake Bay region. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from DePauw University and her Juris Doctor from the Martin Luther King School of Law at the University of California at Davis, where she also completed a certificate in Public Interest Law.