Professional Biography

Jaina (Camille) Fisher Counsel

  • Seattle

    D +1.206.359.3033

    F +1.206.359.4033

    Seattle

    1201 Third Avenue, Suite 4900

    Seattle, WA

    +1.206.359.3033

    CFisher@perkinscoie.com

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OVERVIEW

J. Camille Fisher is counsel in the firm's Commercial Litigation practice.  She focuses her practice on complex litigation with an emphasis on insurance coverage disputes.  Camille has advocated on behalf of policyholders in various areas, including property damage, environmental claims, title insurance claims, and directors and officers liability.

Camille serves on the Mockingbird Society's board of directors and the firm's diversity committee.  She also maintains an active pro bono practice, focusing primarily on constitutional rights and the child welfare system. 

Professional Recognition

  • Recipient of the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington’s Civil Libertarian Award for Wilbur v. City of Mt. Vernon indigent right to counsel class action litigation, 2014
  • Recipient of Champion for Justice Award by the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers for Wilbur v. City of Mt. Vernon indigent right to counsel class action litigation, 2014
  • Recipient of President’s Award by the Washington Defender Association for Wilbur v. City of Mt. Vernon indigent right to counsel class action litigation, 2014
  • Recipient of Perkins Coie Annual Pro Bono Team Award for Wilbur v. City of Mt. Vernon indigent right to counsel class action litigation, 2013

Community Involvement

  • The Mockingbird Society, Board Member
  • University of Washington School of Law Mentor-Mentee Program, Mentor

Related Employment

  • University of Washington School of Law, Native American Law Center, Affiliate Instructor of Law and Criminal Law Public Defender, 2010
  • Perkins Coie, Seattle, WA, Summer Associate, 2008
  • Washington State Court of Appeals, Division I, Extern for The Hon. Ann Schindler, 2008

  • Northwest Justice Project - Native American Unit, Law Clerk, 2007

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Areas of Focus

Bar and Court Admissions

  • Washington

  • Tulalip Tribal Court

  • Tribal Court of Squaxin Island

  • Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribal Court

Education

  • University of Washington School of Law, J.D., 2009,
    Managing Editor, Washington Law Review
  • University of Washington, B.A., Psychology,
    Minor, American Indian Studies
    , 2006