headshotJune Campbell began her solo practice of law in Bellevue in 2014 after working at large Seattle law firms for over thirty years. June is now utilizing her experience to help individuals with estate planning and other issues as well as serving as a mediator. June’s experience in professional liability, products liability, personal injury and commercial litigation make her well suited to helping parties resolve disputes inexpensively through mediation.

June Campbell has been a lawyer in Washington since 1981.  She currently limits her practice to estate planning, mediation,  and income tax return preparation.

After working in large Seattle firms for 33  years representing plaintiffs and defendants in professional liability litigation, insurance coverage disputes, and commercial litigation, June began her solo practice in 2014.

June received her undergraduate degree from Tufts University, cum laude and her law degree from Willamette University College of Law.  She has received the highest possible rating from Martindale Hubbell of “AV”.  June also received certification in mediation training from the University of Washington School of Law.  June has served for many years as an arbitration panel member for the King County Superior Court.

June believes that everyone should have personalized estate planning and brings a wealth of expertise from personal experience assisting elderly family members with the financial, legal and practical issues associated with chronic medical conditions and long distance caregiving.

June is an active volunteer in her Bellevue community.  Since 2011, June has prepared countless federal income tax returns for low and middle income individuals through the United Way of King County Tax Preparation program as well as training other volunteers in tax preparation.  In 2015, United Way nominated June for a Governor’s Award for Volunteerism.

June is a volunteer in the Issaquah School District VOICE program, mentoring at-risk students.  She also shares her passion for home cooking by teaching cooking classes at her local YMCA.