Paul Campo

General Overview

Paul Campo is a founding shareholder of the firm. He formerly practiced in the Public Law Group of Stinson, Mag & Fizzell, P.C. and the Public Law/Finance Division of Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP. Prior to law school, Paul served three years active duty in the United States Army. Upon graduating law school, Paul served as law clerk to the Honorable William Ray Price Jr., then Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Missouri. 

Paul serves as the City Attorney for the cities of Excelsior Springs, Riverside and Lone Jack, Missouri, and as the County Counselor for Cass County, Missouri. Pail served as an Adjunct Professor at the UMKC School of Law teaching Land Use Law in 2006 and 2007. 


University of Missouri – Kansas City, J.D., 1999, with distinction

  • Editor-in-Chief of the UMKC Law Review
  • Staff Member, The Urban Lawyer

University of Missouri – Kansas City, B.A. in Administration of Justice, 1996

Bar Admissions

Missouri, 1999

Kansas, 2000

Professional Affiliations

President, Missouri Municipal Attorney’s Association (2020-2021)

Member, Board of Directors, Missouri Municipal League (2018-2021)

Community Involvement & Personal Interests

Finance Committee, Our lady of the Presentation Parish, Lee’s Summit, Missouri (2004-2011)

Cross-County Coach, Our Lady of the Presentation School (2014-2016)

Board of Directors, Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Greater Kansas City (2002-2006)

Past President, UMKC Law Alumni Association (2008)

Avid Cyclist

Lectures, Speeches & Publications

Paul has given dozens of presentations on topics including the Fair Labor Standards Act, Sunshine Law, Community Improvement Districts, Annexation, Land Use, and Ethics, to groups such as the Mid-America Regional Council, Missouri Municipal Attorneys Association, Missouri municipal League, Missouri Economic Development Financing Association, Missouri City Clerks and Finance Officers Association, Missouri Government Finance Officers Association, and Kansas City Missouri Bar Association. He has been published in the UMKC Law Review, Journal of the Missouri Bar, and the Missouri Practice Series, among others.