M. Trant Campbell
Trant concentrates his practice in estate planning, business law, family law and alternative dispute resolution. Currently, Trant serves on the Board of Trustees of the Mason-Wright Foundation, the Board of Directors of Colony Care at Home, Inc., and the Wilbraham Council on Aging. He has been the Chairman of the Hampden County Probate Court Bench Bar Committee, Chairman of the Hampden County Probate Court Mediation Project, President of Child & Family Services of Springfield, Inc., Chairman of the Wilbraham Council on Aging, and an elected Member of the Wilbraham Planning Board.
In 2008, Trant received the Robert E. Fein Community Volunteer Award for his services as a mediator for Dispute Resolution Services, Inc. He has been a mediator for the Hampden County Bar Association Arbitration and Mediation Service for many years.
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Trant was born in Norfolk, Virginia. He grew up in Wilbraham, where he still resides. He received his B.A. degree from the University of Virginia in 1971 and attended law school at the University of Connecticut, receiving his J.D. in 1974. He was admitted to the Massachusetts bar in 1975 and to the U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts, in 1975. He has been in private practice in Springfield since his admission.