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Camille represents clients in complex commercial litigation matters.

Driven by a desire to use her leadership and communication skills for the greater good, Camille was drawn to the legal profession. While she had never thought of herself as argumentative, she quickly realized that one of her favorite law school classes was Trial Practice, where she thrived on the opportunity to speak in front of a jury. Her newfound passion for trial work led her to the Commercial Litigation practice area. Camille loves the complexity of litigation and believes that understanding the rules and the audience are crucial to success.

Camille previously served as a summer associate at Husch Blackwell, where she worked on a variety of cases. She even had the opportunity to be part of an on-the-spot negotiation on the courthouse steps. Now a fully qualified attorney, Camille focuses on commercial litigation matters in multiple industries. She aims to minimize headaches for clients, and her gift for interacting with co-counsel and opposing counsel often leads to more productive outcomes.

Camille is known for her understanding and empathetic approach to client relationships. Her goal is to change the stereotypical perception of lawyers and hopes clients will say she was there to help them when they needed it most.



  • J.D., University of Tennessee College of Law
    • Tennessee Journal of Law & Policy, Editor-in-Chief
    • Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International, Marshall
  • B.S., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
    • cum laude


  • Tennessee
Outside the Office

Camille’s hobbies include reading fiction, watching cooking shows and reality TV, cooking, looking after her houseplants, and cheering for the Tennessee Titans. She also enjoys spending time with her rescue cat and dog, Chowder and Wiley, and visiting family back in Nashville.

Community Leadership

Camille assisted in organizing a new Chattanooga mediation center for low-income individuals.