Chris Camara focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation, government enforcement action and white-collar defense. Ms. Camara represents clients in both state and federal courts at the trial and appellate level as well as before various specialty courts and adjudication boards.
Ms. Camara devotes significant time to her pro bono practice which focuses on prison violence, religious freedom of death row inmates and constitutional right protection.
Ms. Camara spent two years as a consultant with Grant Thornton LLP where she was contracted to the Department of Homeland Security. She worked with Custom and Border Protection's Heads of Office on communication and reporting efforts to senior Department officials and Congressional review panels.
Ms. Camara simultaneously earned her JD from the George Washington University Law School, where she was a member of the Public Contract Law Journal and researched topics related to the awarding of government contracts to small minority owned businesses. She was also a member of the Public Justice Advocacy Clinic where she represented clients through employment disputes including wrongful termination and discrimination. Ms. Camara earned her BS from the Pennsylvania State University, Smeal School of Business, where she majored in business management with a focus in risk management and business law. Ms. Camara was a student advocate and was responsible for preparing students for Judiciary Review panels related to social and academic infractions.
- JD, The George Washington University Law School, 2019
- BS, Business Management/Risk Management, Pennsylvania State University, 2014
- New York
- US District Court, Southern District of New York