David W. Campbell
David Campbell worked as a Robert Bosch Fellow with Ecologic Institute and is specialized in American environmental law, environmental indicators, sustainability, and risk management. He contributed to a chapter describing historic and demographic aspects of transportation, worked on a document addressing legal implications of implementing a system of user fees applicable to air travel and shipping activity, and organized a round-table discussion of key transatlantic environmental issues. David Campbell works in German and English.
Prior to becoming a Robert Bosch Fellow, David Campbell served as National Co-Chair of the National Association of Environmental Law Societies (NAELS), a coalition of 50+ law student groups that aims to connect, educate, and inspire the next generation of environmental leaders. He also served as an officer of the Environmental Law Society at Indiana University.
As Graduate Intern to the Bloomington Environmental Commission, David Campbell prepared a detailed plan for updating the Commission’s Bloomington Environmental Quality Indicators (BEQI) report, which includes more than 50 indicators. In law school David Campbell drafted a white paper examining sound criteria for selecting environmental indicators, based on the US Environmental Protection Agency's Draft Report on the Environment 2003 and the H. John Heinz III Center's The State of the Nation's Ecosystems.
Prior to studying law, David Campbell worked as a CPA at Arthur Andersen, where he specialized in insurance, financial products and risk management.
David Campbell studied law at Indiana University (Bloomington, IN). He earned a Master's Degree in Accounting from the University of Hartford (CT), and received a B.A. in German studies and political science from Yale University.