Camille Fazel’s practice focuses on civil litigation in a wide variety of areas, including personal injury, products liability, contractual disputes, and representation of both individuals and companies. Camille has represented national companies, local business owners, product manufacturers and distributors, premises owners, general contractors, and subcontractors in numerous complex, multi-party cases in various state and federal jurisdictions across Texas.
In addition, Camille represents employers in claims involving gender discrimination, racial discrimination, national origin discrimination, sexual harassment, disability discrimination, and wrongful termination.
- Obtained directed verdict on behalf of national restaurant chain in a personal injury case.
Professional and Community Activities
- Dallas Bar Association
- Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
- Junior League of Dallas, Member
- Dallas Running Club, Member
Speeches and Presentations
"Is the Dead Hand Losing Its Grip in Texas?: Spendthrift Trusts and In Re Townley Bypass Unified Credit Trust", 62 Baylor L. Rev. 598 (2010).
- Baylor University School of Law, J.D., 2010, cum laude, Baylor Law Review Managing Executive Editor, Order of Barristers
- Rhodes College, B.A., 2007, Political Science
- Texas, 2010
- United States District Court Northern, Eastern and Southern District of Texas, 2011