Areas of Practice:
Federal and State
The John Marshall Law School
Magna Cum Laude
International Arbitration Moot
The University of New Mexico
Phi Beta Kappa
United States Supreme Court
United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
United States District Courts for the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas
United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Illinois
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin
Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Dallas Bar Association
William "Mac" Taylor American Inn of Court
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
American Bar Association (former)
Illinois State Bar Association - Federal Civil Practice Committee (former)
Camille Knight concentrates her practice in federal criminal and civil matters. She has represented individuals and companies at all stages of criminal proceedings - from investigations and pre-indictment, to trial proceedings, appeals and postconviction litigation. She has represented clients in most substantive types of federal criminal proceedings, ranging from complex fraud allegations (securities, bankruptcy, healthcare, wire, government contracting) to violent crimes (Hobbes Act robberies, human trafficking, firearms trafficking, drug conspiracies). She has also represented individuals in federal capital habeas proceedings. Camille has tried numerous cases in federal and state courts in Texas and Illinois during her more than 15 years of practice.
In the civil arena, Camille has represented companies and municipalities in federal litigation involving alleged antritrust violations, trademark and trade secret misappropriation, civil rights violations, contract actions, construction litigation and products liability matters. She has also advised companies on issues including employment law, contract, trademark, securities, and oil & gas.
Camille began her career after attending The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, graduating magna cum laude in 2000. She then served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Paul D. Stickney. Camille honed her criminal trial and appellate skills working at the Office of the Federal Public Defender in Dallas, and her civil litigation skills while practicing at large firms in both Dallas and Chicago.