The Sustainable Economies Law Center is pleased to welcome a new volunteer, Camille Stough, who will be working with us part time for the next six months, focusing on our Community Compost Law & Policy Project and on developing resources to support our Legal Cafe clients.
Camille’s work at our center is a component of her participation in the Bay Area Legal Incubator, a program supporting Camille as she builds a solo law practice focused on nonprofit, environmental, and animal law. Camille has a background in energy and regulatory law, having represented Community Choice Aggregators and public entities before the California Public Utilities Commission. She has also worked on legal matters related to environmental justice and animal rights. In her personal time, Camille campaigns for cities to pass ordinances for climate change gas pump labels and works with rescue organizations by fostering their shelter doggies. Camille is a graduate of Golden Gate University School of Law where she received a certificate in Environmental Law with distinction.