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Camille W. Averett, Esq.
Camille brings over fifteen years’ litigation experience to the Coastal Divorce and Family Law Firm, where she is committed to advocating zealously for her clients inside, or outside the courtroom. She started her career as a Captain in the United States Army Jag Corps, and as a former Veteran herself, feels passionate about representing veterans going through what is likely one of the most difficult times in their lives. While working in JAG, Camille worked in family law matters, including the drafting of wills and separation agreements, and she prosecuted over twenty jury trials. She was also appointed a Special Assistant United States Attorney where she prosecuted over 250 misdemeanor guilty pleas. Camille also clerked for a Family Law judge during law school in Cook County, Chicago where she drafted scores of opinions regarding custody, child support and alimony disputes.
Camille has also spent much of her career practicing insurance defense matters including premises liability and medical malpractice defense. She also served as national counsel for Equifax defending Fair Credit Reporting Act matters. Camille served as in-house counsel for The Home Depot overseeing premises and general liability matters.
Camille lives in Hingham with her husband, two children and yellow lab. She enjoys volunteering, yoga, fitness, traveling and most importantly spending time with her family.
Massachusetts, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana
Juris Doctor, Valparaiso University School of Law, 1997
Bachelor of Science, Political Science, Spanish Minor, Indiana University Honors Division, 1993
Leadership & Community Involvement
Camille volunteers at her children’s schools including serving as a PTO Board member for four years. She is also a member of Black Rock Country Club and Old Sandwich Golf Club. Camille also serves as a judge in the annual American Bar Association Moot Court competition. She also regularly supports the Joslin Diabetes Center, Pan-Mass Challenge and the Stepping Strong Center at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.