J. R. Campbell

J. R. Campbell

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J. R. Campbell

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J. R. “Doc” Campbell (born July 9, 1918) is an American attorney in the state of Oregon, United States. He was the 82nd Associate Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court and served on the Oregon Court of Appeals. The Navy veteran from Montana also worked as a circuit court judge in Oregon.

Early life

On July 9, 1918, J. R. Campbell was born to Claude W. Campbell and Maude M. Campbell in Carpenter Creek, Musselshell County, Montana. After receiving his primary education in Eastern Montana he moved to Salem, Oregon where he attended Willamette University, graduating with a bachelor of arts in 1940. Campbell then went on to law school at Willamette University College of Law where he graduated with his juris doctorate in 1942. He was then admitted to both the Montana and Oregon bars. With World War II in progress he joined the United States Navy after law school. Serving in the Navy from 1942 until 1945, Campbell spent two years in the Pacific Theater.

Legal career

After returning from the war, Campbell returned to Oregon and began legal practice in Eastern Oregon’s Grant County until 1965.

On March 19, 1979, Campbell...
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