I’m fascinated by troublemakers, particularly ones who put their careers on the line by taking on establishments like Big Law. One such troublemaker is Kerrie Campbell, who catapulted to prominence when she sued her former firm Chadbourne & Parke (now Norton Rose Fulbright), alleging gender discrimination.
I’ve wanted to interview Campbell since she filed the case back in 2016, but for various reasons—her lawyer’s advice or her own reluctance to talk to a reporter—it didn’t happen. But this March, her case suddenly settled. This time, when I contacted Campbell, she was happy to chat, with the caveat that she not talk about the terms of the settlement.
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