Camille Bachrach joined Ropes & Gray’s New York office in 2021 as a litigation & enforcement law clerk. Camille graduated from George Washington University Law School with honors and was an Articles Editor for the Federal Communications Law Journal where her Note was published in Volume 72.2. She was an active member of the Jewish Students Law Association, serving as Vice President of Programming for the 2018-2019 academic year, and was also chosen to be a Constitutional Law II Tutor.
While a summer associate at Ropes & Gray, Camille won the award for completing the most pro bono hours of her New York summer class. Before attending law school, Camille was a litigation paralegal at a large law firm in New York, during which she was seconded to the National Football League for a period of time.
- Author, “The Case for a Safe Harbor Provision of CDA 230 That Allows for Injunctive Relief for Victims of Fake Profiles,” Federal Communications Law Journal (July 2020)
- JD, with honors, The George Washington University Law School, 2020; Articles Editor, Federal Communications Law Journal
- BA and BS (Magazine Journalism and Political Science), cum laude, Syracuse University, 2015