Real Estate Transactions
Real Estate Litigation
Hampton is from Carthage, Jasper County, Missouri. He was raised working weekends and summers at his family’s store located in the heart of historic downtown Branson, and during his youth made weekly appearances as a character actor on a live radio show broadcast. He graduated from New York University with a bachelor’s degree in Political Communications and Media Criticism. Hampton attended the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law. After graduating and passing the Missouri Bar, Hampton worked with a number of political campaigns and private businesses in developing communications and campaign strategies in Missouri, Texas, and Wisconsin.
In 2015, moved to Jefferson City, Missouri, to work as a staff attorney with the State’s utility regulatory commission. In 2017, he was appointed by the governor to lead the Office of the Public Counsel, which serves as the chief consumer advocates office practicing before the Public Service Commission. Hampton also served as the Enforcement Counsel for the Missouri Securities Division, which serves to protect Missouri investors by ensuring compliance with the Missouri Securities Act and the Missouri Commodities Act.
B.S., New York University (2009)
J.D., University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law (2012)
Missouri (2013)United States District Court, Western District of Missouri (2016)
Hampton’s legal experience centers around service. Having worked as both a regulator and the chief advocate for citizens and businesses, his background includes litigating multi-million public utility rate proceedings, prosecuting securities fraud cases, and advising on campaign finance and election law issues. Hampton now uses his experience and education to serve clients in matters of business litigation and regulatory compliance.