Camille DeBona, Associate
Born and raised in Louisiana, Camille DeBona moved to the Smoky Mountains in 2002 with her parents and younger sister. After working as a Financial Service Representative for Citizens National Bank while getting her Associate’s degree, she attended Tusculum College in Greeneville, TN and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting.
She then moved to Charleston, South Carolina where she completed her first year of law school at Charleston School of Law. Missing her family and friends and not wanting to be away from Tennessee any longer, she transferred home to attend LMU – Duncan School of Law to complete her final two years of law school. Camille was the Executive Notes and Articles Editor for the Law Review and was named a 2017 Law Student for Justice for completing 100 hours of pro bono service. She also interned for Judge Bill Ailor at the City County Building in Knoxville and participated in a corporate internship at DeRoyal Industries, Inc. in Powell.
Outside of the office Camille likes to relax with a good TV show, a great glass of wine, and her two cats. She also enjoys spending time with her family and friends, running, and playing fantasy football.
She is dedicated to giving a voice to those that would have none without her help and the help of LaFevor & Slaughter.