Joseph Campbell

General Counsel
Savannah River National Laboratory
Education: Washburn University School of Law, J.D.; University of Kansas, B.A., Political Science


Mr. Campbell serves as the General Counsel for the Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) and Battelle Savannah River Alliance, LLC. He leads the SRNL Office of General Counsel in identifying and managing legal and other risk challenges related to employment law, procurement and contracting, privacy and FOIA, ethics, intellectual property, national security and other areas of law and compliance to ensure SRNL staff are appropriately postured to focus on their mission to “Put Science to Work.”


Mr. Campbell is a retired special agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). He served in numerous duty stations on behalf of the FBI, including Chicago, Denver, San Juan, Washington, D.C. and locations outside the United States. Mr. Campbell investigated and led FBI investigations in threat areas that included counterterrorism, counterintelligence, violent crimes, child exploitation, and cyber and white-collar crime among others. He also served as a consultant for Navigant Consulting, LLC where he led fraud and money laundering investigations and trained U.S. and foreign businesses on topics such as terrorism, white collar crime, internal investigations and U.S. privacy laws. Mr. Campbell is a member of the Kansas Bar.

Recent Noteworthy

Mr. Campbell is a member of the Board of the Center for African American History, Art and Culture in Aiken, South Carolina. The Center has as its mission to preserve the Immanuel Institute Building and to be an educational resource with interactive programs of sight and sound that educate and inspire, that celebrate both Aiken’s diversity and its sense of community, and that demonstrate the many contributions of African Americans in Aiken County, in South Carolina and in our nation.