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Camille Harlan

Camille Harlan is an experienced registered nurse and trial attorney, which enables her to evaluate medical issues and identify liability in a wide range of cases in the courtroom.

Camille became a registered nurse in 1981 and worked extensively in a wide range of hospital settings including the Neuro-Medical ICU, the Emergency Department and as an administrative officer coordinating care for nurses at a regional hospital in Ohio.

Camille Harlan

Her experience as a care provider in multiple fields and her insights in hospital policies, protocols, staffing and management make her invaluable when reviewing any case involving medical malpractice, personal injury or products liability.

Camille Harlan is an experienced registered nurse and trial attorney, which enables her to evaluate medical issues and identify liability in a wide range of cases in the courtroom.

Camille became a registered nurse in 1981 and worked extensively in a wide range of hospital settings including the Neuro-Medical ICU, the Emergency Department and as an administrative officer coordinating care for nurses at a regional hospital in Ohio.

Her experience as a care provider in multiple fields and her insights in hospital policies, protocols, staffing and management make her invaluable when reviewing any case involving medical malpractice, personal injury or products liability.

PRACTICE AREAS

  • Personal Injury
  • Medical Malpractice

Education

  • University of Dayton School of Law, Dayton, Ohio
    • Juris Doctorate – 1994
    • Honors: Awardee, Regional Best Oralist, National Mock Trial Team
    • Honors: Awardee, Academic Merit Scholarship
  • Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio
    • Major: Communications

Bar Admissions

  • Ohio, 1994

Certified Legal Specialties

  • Pediatric and Adult Advanced Life Support

Published Works

  • Strategies to Prevent Retained Objects, Outpatient Surgery Magazine