Grace Campbell was born and raised in northwest Washington State in a coastal area rich in agriculture and fishing. She went to high school in Mount Vernon Washington, a town known for its famous annual Tulip Festival. Growing up, Grace became familiar with the longshore and fishing communities in her area as many of her friends and family members worked as longshoremen on the Seattle waterfront and as fishermen in both Washington and Alaska.
After high school Grace attended Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington where she majored in psychology. From a young age, Grace recognized the value in hard work and the people who make up communities. Grace was inspired by her father who has been teaching for over 40 years, and prior to law school she worked as an assistant teacher in a specialized classroom for high school students with behavior and learning disorders.
Grace has always taken an interest in law and justice and hoped to follow in the footsteps of her great grandfather who was president of the Washington State Bar Association. With the desire to make a difference in her community and the lives of others Grace went to law school at Whittier Law School in Costa Mesa, California. She now represents injured workers in California and around the world under the Longshore Act and the Defense Base Act. In her spare time Grace enjoys snowboarding, cooking and spending time with friends and family.