Charis obtained her Juris Doctor Degree from Stetson University College of Law. While at Stetson, she served as a Teacher's Assistant for Research and Writing and a Research Assistant for the American Caribbean Law Initiative. She also worked at a full-service real estate firm gaining experience in foreclosure and title curative work assisting with the representation of major lending institutions throughout the United States. She was the recipient of the Dean Richard Dillon Excellence in Real Property Award for having shown commitment and interest in the field of real property law. Post-graduation, Charis served as an attorney at Gulfcoast Legal Services, Inc., non-profit legal aid. She gained invaluable experience serving indigent clients of Pinellas County providing legal services in the area of foreclosure defense. She assisted numerous clients with loan modifications throughout Tampa Bay. She diligently strived and succeeded in helping to keep her clients in their homes, safe and secure. Soon after, Charis became one of the founders and managing partners of Legally Modern Law Group. While at LML, she discovered her love and appreciation for family law and dependency. She primarily handled most of the Pinellas and Hillsborough county family law and dependency cases. Her goal as an attorney has always been to spend the necessary time understanding her client's needs and facilitating a plan to diligently pursue them under the law. As an active volunteer of the Guardian ad Litem Program, she understands the unique dynamics of every family and the circumstances that can effect the dynamic of the same. In 2015, Charis founded C.A. Campbell Law, PLLC. Her practice focuses primarily on Real Estate and Family Law, both fields that she is intensely passionate about. Charis is currently the President-Elect of Fred G. Minnis, Sr. Bar Association. She is also an active member of The Canakaris Inn of Court, an association comprising of lawyers, judges and other legal professionals who share a passion for professional excellence in family law.