Lee Ann Campbell
Lee Ann Campbell
is an associate attorney with the law firm of Baker, Campbell & Parsons
and is vice president of Baker, Campbell & Parsons Title Services, Inc.
She practices in the areas of real estate transactions and development;
commercial lending; taxation; estate planning; probate; mediation; and
general business law.
A native of Nashville, Lee Ann graduated from The Harpeth Hall
School and then attended Auburn University, where she received her B.S. in
Business Administration. She received her J.D. from Pepperdine University
School of Law and concurrently earned her Certificate in Dispute Resolution
from the Straus Institute. Lee Ann studied international law in Europe,
including international commercial arbitration, European Union law, and
international entertainment and copyright law. She lived in London and
worked there for the largest alternative dispute resolution facilitator in
the United Kingdom.
Prior to studying law, Lee Ann was employed by a
Nashville health care management company and traveled throughout the
Southeast for network development. She subsequently worked for an Atlanta
law firm specializing in real estate transactions for residential and
commercial properties throughout the greater Atlanta area. There she managed
the preparation of all residential closings, in addition to marketing the
firm and its title company. While attending law school in Los Angeles, Lee
Ann served as a legal research assistant for a Pepperdine law professor and
was a member of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society and the Beverly
Hills Bar Association.
Lee Ann is admitted to practice in Tennessee. She is a
member of the American, Tennessee and Nashville Bar Associations. Lee Ann
is also a member of the Young Lawyers Division and the Lawyers Association
for Women. She is active in the Brentwood Cool Springs Chamber of Commerce,
serving on the Gala committee, and currently serves on the steering
committee for Women in Business. Lee Ann and her husband, Jeremy Cox,
reside in Nashville.