Pierce Campbell has practiced at Turner Padget for his entire career and is a lifelong Florence resident. Pierce’s practice focuses on business and commercial litigation, probate litigation, real property litigation, banking litigation, and commercial collections. In addition to his legal practice, Pierce serves as the firm’s Chief Marketing Officer promoting strong client relations. Pierce recently concluded a multi-year term as Practice Group Leader for the firm’s Business Litigation Practice Group.
Pierce was named a Rising Star in the 2012-2016 editions of South Carolina Super Lawyers in the area of Business Litigation. He was also recently named a “Leader in their Field” in Litigation for Chambers USA 2016, a ranking of the most outstanding law firms and lawyers in over 180 jurisdictions throughout the world.
Pierce is also very involved in the American Bar Association Section of Litigation. He currently serves as the Director of Division V where he oversees numerous substantive law membership committees with thousands of litigator members around the country. Pierce previously directed Division II where he oversaw the publication of two magazines, two book publishing boards, and the newsletters and websites for 30 specialty areas of litigation. Previously, he served as Co-Chair of the Business Torts Litigation Committee, among many other positions during ten years in the leadership of the Section of Litigation.
A lifelong Florence resident, Pierce cares deeply about his community. He is a recent past president of the Kiwanis, where he brought his energy to the group’s service work for children. Currently, Pierce serves as the chair of the City of Florence Design Review Board, a governmental commission in the revitalization of the city’s downtown.
Pierce is honored to serve on the McLeod Foundation Board of Trustees. The McLeod Foundation is an independent, charitable foundation supporting and perpetuating medical excellence at McLeod Health, a non-profit hospital serving medical needs through 6 facilities in a fifteen county area.
Administrative and Regulatory Law