Company: Wagner PLLC
Location: Washington DC, United States
Education: JD, Criminal Law, University of the District of Columbia-The David A. Clarke School of Law, 2018;
BS, Communications and Political Science/Rhetorical Studies, Syracuse University, 2015
Career History: Attorney, Wagner PLLC, 2020-present;
Assistant Attorney General, DC Office of the Attorney General, 2019-2020;
Intern, Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, 2018-2018;
Recording Secretary, Student Bar Association, University of the District of Columbia-The David A. Clarke School of Law, 2017-2018;
Student Attorney, Juvenile & Special Education Clinic, 2017-2017;
Judicial Law Clerk, Superior Court of the District of Columbia, 2017-2017;
Student Attorney, Law Students in Court, 2017-2017;
Intern, Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, 2016-2016;
Intern Onondaga County District Attorney’s Office, 2015-2015;
Type of Business: Law
Camille Wagner, Attorney at Wagner PLLC, has been recognized as a Marquis Emerging Leader for her contributions and achievements in the field of criminal law.
Ms. Wagner became involved in her field after falling in love with political science during her studies at Syracuse University. This love paved the way for law school and while taking classes and learning from professors, it painted a picturesque setting in her mind of what a career in law would be like. Upon beginning to practice law, she found these dreams to come true. After earning a Bachelor of Science in communications/rhetorical studies and political science from Syracuse University in 2015, she earned a JD in criminal law from the University of the District of Columbia David A Clarke School of Law in 2018. She remains involved with the DC Bar and the Florida Bar Association.
Since 2020, Ms. Wagner has been practicing as an attorney at Wagner PLLC, a law firm she founded. She spent the year before that as an assistant attorney general with the DC Office of the Attorney General. In 2018, she spent time as an intern in the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia. During her graduate years, she was a recording secretary for the Student Bar Association, a student attorney for the Juvenile & Special Education Clinic, and the criminal clinic Law Students in Court, and a judicial law clerk for the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. She attributes her success to hard work, dedication, and her support system that includes her parents, mentors, and other attorneys. Looking toward the future, Ms. Wagner endeavors to take on more clients and continue advancing in her legal career.