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Stacy Campbell-Viamontes, a Chicago-based attorney in the Defense Litigation Practice at Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, has been elected President of the Young Professionals Board for the Center for Disability and Elder Law (CDEL) for the 2012-2013 term. She was also chosen to be a member of CDEL's 2013 Winter Benefit Committee. CDEL is a non-profit legal services organization that provides pro bono legal services to low-income seniors and/or persons with disabilities in Cook County.

In addition, Stacy has also been selected to Just The Beginning Foundation’s (JTBF’s) 20 Under 40 List. She will be honored during an event at Northwestern University Law School on Thursday, September 20, 2012. Stacy was selected for this honor in recognition of her extensive advocacy on behalf of the disabled community and her efforts to assist disabled law students and lawyers, and the disability community.

At Hinshaw, Stacy defends clients in a broad range of business and personal injury matters and litigates cases involving corporation and partnership disputes, construction law, products liability and transportation law.

Today WJM's Stacy Campbell said, "There are severe penalties for staff when businesses are not aware of their duties under the relevant licensing legislation. With Christmas coming up, it is a particularly busy time for the trade and it's easy for key dates to be missed. This further highlights the need for owners and managers to keep on top of personal licensing issues."

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Stacy Campbell, LIMHP, LPC is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Omaha, Nebraska that specializes in Eating Disorders, Anxiety, and Depression. Stacy is trained in using therapeutic methods specific for individuals who have experienced trauma in their lives as well as methods for individuals who prefer to incorporate their faith into the therapeutic process.