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Neil Campbell

Senior Counsel 

Neil Campbell joined Faber in 2021, after working in the life sciences transactional practice for a leading global law firm.

He counsels clients in a variety of transactional matters relating to drug and device clinical trials, supply chain, licensing and collaboration, service arrangements and technology evaluation agreements. Prior to starting his legal career, Neil spent a decade as a biomedical researcher. In that role, he gained a deep scientific and industry context that enables him to appreciate clients’ scientific development strategies and provide them with thoughtful and pragmatic counsel.

More about Neil

Life Sciences Transactions Associate

Reed Smith LLP
  • Representation of public and private pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, ranging from startups to multinational corporations in the US, Europe, and Japan, in a broad range of life sciences transactional matters, including drafting and negotiating of CRO agreements, clinical trial agreements, license agreements, collaboration agreements, develop-ment and commercialization agreements, supply agreements, master services agreements, material transfer agreements, manufacturing agreement, SAAS agreements, and quality agreements.

Preclinical Imaging Shared Resource Manager

Preclinical Imaging Shared Resource Manager

Alumni Steering Committee 

Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance 
  • Neil and his wife are active supporters of Court Appointed Special Advocates of Union County, a local non-profit which is part of a national organization of non-profits that advocate for abused, neglected and abandoned children placed in foster homes or residential facilities.

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