Meet Our Attorneys
Few other firms in the Shalimar area can match the credentials and experience of our attorneys. For help with a broad range of legal issues, turn to the Campbell & Madden, PLLC.
Representation With Strong Local Ties
Founding attorney James C. Campbell is a lifelong resident of Okaloosa County and has been practicing law in the greater Fort Walton Beach area for over 32 years. He is past president of the Okaloosa/Walton County Bar Association and the past chairman of the Florida Bar Association’s grievance committee. He has also served on and was a past chairman of the Fort Walton Beach Bridge Authority and past chairman of the Florida Bar Association’s Grievance committee in District 1B and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Mattie Kelly Arts Foundation in Destin, Florida.
He is also a former high school teacher and football and baseball coach, and he remains active with local youth sports initiatives. He has contributed thousands of hours volunteering his services as president of the following organizations: Shalimar Athletic Association, and the All Sports Association, which contributes over $80,000 annually to youth sports organizations.
Attorney John Allen Madden Jr. is a Shalimar native. After graduating from Florida State University, he spent five years serving as an Assistant State Attorney in the First Judicial Circuit of Florida where he handled all degrees of misdemeanor, felony and juvenile cases. During his time with the First Judicial Circuit, he developed a strong reputation for his trial skills, earning him the respect of other prosecutors, judges and law enforcement officers.