Guillermo Campos, graduated from the University of California, Davis with a B.A. in Political Science. During undergrad, he was a civic intern with Congressman John Garamendi, a legislative intern at the Sacramento Democratic Party Headquarters, and was involved in various projects working with the UCD Immigration Law Clinic. Before joining Singleton Schreiber, Guillermo spent one-year doing legal research for a nonprofit that specialized in advocating children’s rights in various court cases. His hobbies include coaching soccer, working out, and watching football. He currently serves as a Legal Assistant working primarily in Singleton Schreiber’s complex/mass tort litigation.