Women in Law 2023



C amille is a principal at Much, a full-service law firm with offices in Chicago, Illinois and Newport Beach, California. She serves as chair of the firm’s Labor & Employment group, and she is a go-to resource for Much’s 150+ attorneys and staff members, providing compassionate leadership and practical guidance since she joined the firm in 2017. Additionally, Camille serves as co-chair of Much’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion initiative, where she works closely with firm leadership on efforts to embrace a wide range of perspectives at Much. Understanding that clients benefit from a firm with a roster of diverse individuals with unique life experiences, Camille helps cultivate an environment where attorneys and staff from all walks of life feel welcome and respected. Clients turn to Camille for strategic advice on reaching their top potential, and they count on her day-to-day guidance on key employment issues to ensure smooth business operations. Camille has a comprehensive knowledge of the many laws that affect the employer-employee relationship, and she regularly represents clients in state and federal courts throughout the United States and before a broad range of administrative agencies, including the Illinois Human Rights Commission, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Office of Civil Rights, and the Department of Labor. In addition to her employment law practice, Camille handles traditional union issues, representing employers in arbitrations and grievances arising under collective bargaining agreements. She also

defends unfair labor practice charges filed against employers with the National Labor Relations Board. Camille is lauded for her collaborative spirit and ability to counsel clients in the broader context of their businesses with their short- and long-term goals in full view. She strives to give clients a 360-degree perspective that evaluates their current circumstances and minimizes risk. Strong client relationships are truly the cornerstone of her work. Beyond her labor and employment practice, Camille is passionate about helping attorneys early in their careers chart their own paths to success. From speaking at conferences about progress toward women’s equality in the workplace, to the institutional knowledge she shares in her quarterly Chicago Lawyer magazine “Women@Work” column, Camille is always eager to help people find their avenues to professional excellence. Acknowledging her own strong role models throughout her career, she has prioritized supporting those in need as an ally and advocate for underrepresented individuals. Camille also uses her platform as a board member of the Chicago Women’s Coalition to support the career advancement of women attorneys and build meaningful relationships with peers in the legal field. Clients and colleagues alike benefit from Camille’s genuine “open- door” attitude and cooperative nature. She ensures that everyone she works with feels valued and supported in both their professional and personal development.



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