Camille brings a wealth of hands-on litigation experience in California state and federal courts, having navigated diverse legal landscapes.
Her background includes drafting corporate documents such as employee agreements, handbooks, and stand-alone policies. Her professional journey began by representing multi-billion dollar corporations, public and privately-held companies, financial institutions, and hospitality entrepreneurs. Camille has successfully managed both single-plaintiff and class-action representative suits.
Having honed her skills in defending corporations, Camille has made a significant shift in her legal career. Motivated by a deep-seated desire to champion the rights of individuals, she has transitioned from the defense side to the plaintiff side. This change reflects her commitment to helping people rather than corporations navigate the complexities of the legal system.
During her time in law school, Camille showcased her legal prowess as a member of the Hale Moot Court honors team. Beyond her academic achievements, she served as a peer mentor to incoming first-year students and held the position of Vice President in the school’s Jewish Law Students Association. These experiences demonstrate her dedication to fostering a supportive and inclusive legal community.
A true Angeleno at heart, Camille earned both her law degree from USC’s Gould School of Law (’19) and her undergraduate degree in Communication from USC Annenberg (’15).
In her free time, she embraces her passion for travel, having explored 31 countries, and indulges in activities like playing tennis. Camille also finds joy in discovering LA’s latest culinary gems, reflecting her dynamic approach to both her professional and personal pursuits.
- University of Southern California Gould School of Law, J.D., 2019
- University of Southern California, B.A., 2015