Camille focuses her practice on finance transactions representing governmental issuers, investment bankers, and borrowers in a broad range of tax-exempt and taxable finance matters, including infrastructure transactions.
Prior to law school, Camille served as a Teach for America corps member in Baltimore, Maryland. Camille graduated magna cum laude, from the University of Baltimore School of Law, where she served as production editor for the University of Baltimore Law Review, chair of the Honor Board, and recipient of the Dean’s Citation for Service Award.
University of Baltimore School of LawJD
magna cum laude, Production Editor, University of Baltimore Law Review2022
- Johns Hopkins UniversityM.S. Ed.Educational Studies2018
- Goucher CollegeBAInternational Relations2016
- Author, Three Takeaways for Municipal Bond Issuers From the New SEC Cybersecurity Disclosure Rules, McGuireWoods Legal Alert, September 6, 2023
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