Linda P. Campbell thought her best job ever was covering the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. until she took up opinion writing for the Star-Telegram in 2000. She writes about legal issues, education, families and myriad other topics. And she volunteers as a baseball-soccer mom in her other fulltime job.


Journalism a bad return on investment? Wait a sec

| |Wednesday, Jun. 12, 2013

Being invited into people’s lives is a privilege and responsibility.

Supreme Court raises more questions on DNA swabs than CSI ever did

| |Wednesday, Jun. 05, 2013

Technology doesn’t make Fourth Amendment balancing any easier.

Doctors’ defamation scuffle not so amusing

| |Wednesday, May. 29, 2013

The Texas Supreme Court tosses a $175,000 jury verdict for a Texas Tech gastroenterologist.

Watching life’s dreams unfold

| |Thursday, May. 16, 2013

A meandering road really can lead to a long-chased goal.

Facts need no embellishing in Arlington board races

| |Thursday, May. 09, 2013

Linebarger lawyers fuel challengers to incumbent trustees.

Dallas money is funding Fort Worth school board incumbents’ campaigns

| |Wednesday, May. 01, 2013

Finance reports show it’s the challengers who have local backing.

Bombing of innocents is never acceptable

| |Wednesday, Apr. 24, 2013

Birmingham's history is a reminder that we must constantly guard against domestic terrorism.