Mr. Thomas Henry Camp
The Camp Firm, LLC
Thomas H. “Harry” Camp founded The Camp Firm LLC in 2018 to empower property owners and help protect and advance their rights through the legal process. In this area of property rights law, Harry handles eminent domain cases, matters related to condemnation or takings, and other property disputes. Clients include businesses, landowners, homeowners, and tenants. Harry enjoys working directly with each client to develop creative, tailored strategies to obtain compensation for, or remediation of, all the damages at issue in the case.
A native of Newnan, Georgia, Harry grew up on a family farm targeted by several for-profit companies exercising the state’s power of eminent domain. These personal experiences fostered Harry’s passion for legal issues related to the land and, in particular, those related to the ability of the government to take private property for public use. His keen interest in the subject first led him to work in Washington, D.C., on related policy issues and then to build a law practice centered on the defense of landowners against government takings.
Although primarily focused on property rights issues, Harry also has significant experience in general commercial litigation and probate matters.
University of Virginia School of Law, Charlottesville, Virginia
Juris Doctor – 2009
Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire
Bachelor of Arts – 2004
State Bar of Georgia
- Eminent Domain Section, Chair, 2022 – 2023
- Young Lawyers Division Leadership Academy, 2012
Newnan-Coweta Bar Association, President, 2022
Arnall Golden Gregory, Associate, 2010 – 2013
Hon. C. Ashley Royal, Federal District Court, Middle District of Georgia,
Law Clerk, 2009 – 2010
United States Department of Justice, Civil Rights Section of the Criminal
Division, Washington, DC, Intern, 2007
Hon. Anne Barnes, then Chief Judge, Georgia Court of Appeals, Summer Law
Hon. Mike Crapo, United States Senator, Congressional Correspondent, 2006
U.S. News and World Report, Fellow and Research Assistant, 2004 – 2005