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Carrie Campbell

I greatly enjoy working in Wimberley where I have the privilege to get to know my clients, often greeting them with a hug.  I have a strong moral code and a reputation for bluntness.  I try to bring honor to my profession by living with integrity and being faithful to the ethical standards of the State Bar.  I don't do unnecessary work, nor do I use my position to punish others.  My role is to resolve conflict, not to create it.


I consider my vocation as an opportunity to serve.  I have written a monthly column in the Wimberley News & Views to educate the public as to their rights and obligations.  I have sponsored and spoken at local seminars, libraries, clubs and events to teach individuals how to avoid disputes and care for their families.


I am a former foster parent, and adoptive parent.  I have 3 daughters, and 2 grandsons.  My kids and grand-kids all came to work with me as infants and toddlers.  Our office is less formal than other law firms, but we want it to be welcoming - not intimidating.  I appreciate that many people come to me in a time of crisis or exciting possibilities.  In such circumstances, I strive to offer information, advice and counseling to assist my clients through life's transitions, and provide advocacy when needed to protect their best interests.


Carrie's Work in the Community

  • Member of the Rotary Club of Wimberley since 2003
  • Past-President (2) and Board Member of the Rotary Club of Wimberley, 2006-2019
  • Assistant Governor of Rotary International District 5840, 2017 - 2021
  • President of the Wimberley Village Library Foundation, 2017 - present
  • Treasurer of the Katherine Anne Porter School, 2006-2009
  • Volunteer for the Davis Moon Project in Ethiopia, 2018-present
  • Co-Chair of St. Stephen's Episcopal School's Parent Teacher Organization, 2012-2013
  • Chair of Adult Religious Education for the Friends Meeting of Austin (Quakers), 2010-2015
  • Member of the Friends Meeting of Austin (Quakers) since 2006
  • Member of First Christian Church of San Marcos since 2022

Carrie's Education

  • Texas Public Schools in Freeport, Houston, and Lake Travis
  • International Baccalaureate High School Program
  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Houston
  • Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the University of Texas School of Law

Carrie's Legal Work History

  • City of Austin Law Department, Prosecutor's Office, 1994-1996
  • Margolis & Velasco Law Firm in Chicago, 1996-1997
  • Partner in Mounger & Campbell since 1997
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