Camille represents clients in all facets of technology protection and commercialization, focusing on utility and design patent procurement and intellectual property counseling. Her practice encompasses a wide range of technologies, including mechanical and electrical devices, consumer products, renewable energy technology, aerospace systems, medical devices and business methods. Camille also has experience in researching and analyzing legal and technical issues, preparing freedom to operate, non-infringement and invalidity opinions for utility patents, and assisting in various phases of IP litigation, post-grant proceedings and counseling.
Camille draws on several years of engineering and product development experience. Prior to and during law school, she was an aero-thermal engineer at Pratt & Whitney, a United Technologies Corporation company, where she engaged in design, development and testing of afterburner and nozzle engine components for the F-35 Lightning II and the F-22 Raptor.
Camille graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, with honors. During her undergraduate career, she held co-op positions with several aerospace companies and served as a research assistant in the Aerospace Engineering Department. She earned her J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Law, with a certificate in Intellectual Property. Throughout law school she demonstrated a commitment to intellectual property, serving as a student associate for the law school’s Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Law Clinic in representing small businesses and independent inventors in their patent prosecution matters, as president of the Intellectual Property and Technology Law Society, and as a law clerk for a number of IP law firms. In addition, Camille presented on The Patent Law Treaties Implementation Act and the International Protection of Industrial Design for the WIPO Advanced Research Forum on Intellectual Property in Geneva, Switzerland in May 2013.
Camille is admitted to practice in the State of Connecticut and District of Columbia.
Georgia Institute of Technology
2007, B.S., Aerospace Engineering
University of Connecticut
- 2014, Connecticut
- 2016, District of Columbia
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office