Tony DelCampo Installed as 61st President of State Bar of Georgia

Staff Report

Wednesday, June 21st, 2023

Hon. J. Antonio “Tony” DelCampo is the 61st president of the State Bar of Georgia.

DelCampo, partner at DelCampo Grayson Lopez LLC, was installed as the 61st president of the 54,000 member State Bar of Georgia on June 10.

DelCampo has previously served as secretary and treasurer of the State Bar, and for the past year, as president-elect.

After nearly a decade of service as judge on the State Court of DeKalb County bench, DelCampo currently serves as a mediator and arbitrator with Henning Mediation and Arbitration Services and is engaged in the active practice of law with DelCampo Grayson Lopez LLC, focusing on complex civil litigation.

A native of Lima, Peru, DelCampo moved to Atlanta in 1979. He graduated from Emory University in 1991 and received his law degree from Georgia State University College of Law in 1994.

DelCampo has served as member of the Executive Committee since 2018 and on the Board of Governors since 2006. He serves on the State Bar’s Disciplinary Rules and Procedures Committee, the Formal Advisory Opinion Board, the Judicial Qualifications Commission Legislative Taskforce and is a former vice chair of the Civil Legal Services Taskforce.

He currently serves on the Board of the Georgia Hispanic Bar Association and the Board of Counselors at Oxford College of Emory University. While on the bench, DelCampo was a member of the Council of State Court Judges and served on the Legislative Committee, the DUI Court Committee and the Minorities in the Judiciary Committee. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the Hispanic National Bar Association, the Georgia Hispanic Bar Association, the DeKalb Bar Association, a Fellow of the Lawyers Foundation of Georgia and a Master of the Lamar Inn of Court.

In 2015, he was designated as an Amicus Curiae in recognition of his distinguished service and contribution to the improvement of the administration of justice by the Supreme Court of Georgia. DelCampo has also received numerous other awards including the Southern Christian Leadership Conference Dream Keeper of Justice, the Caminar Latino Journey Award, the TUMI USA Award, the Lawyer of the Year by La Vision de Georgia and the Chamblee High School Hall of Fame. After returning to private practice from the judiciary, he has been named as a Super Lawyer for every year from 2013-23.

DelCampo is married to Kelly DelCampo and has two children, Michael, a graduate of Georgia State University College of Law, and Corina, a graduate of Emory University.