Camille Wiggins is the director of legal personnel and diversity for all of Ice Miller's offices. She is responsible for all aspects of the recruitment and professional development of attorneys, paralegals and practice group specialists. She is also responsible for the summer law clerk program.
Prior to joining Ice Miller, Camille was a staff attorney for the Indiana Supreme Court. While there, she was responsible for the training, facilitation and professional development of talent for the Indiana state courts. She trained more than 300 judicial officers, court staff and librarians throughout the state on the delivery of services and legal resources to self-represented litigants and also on court interpreter issues and language access in the courts.
As the former manager of the Court Interpreter Certification Program and staff attorney for the Indiana Commission on Race and Gender Fairness, Camille worked with diverse audiences throughout the state. She built inclusive programs where judges, magistrates, senior staff attorneys, court staff and personnel worked collaboratively as a team.
Camille has a passion for and a commitment to helping shape future generations of the legal field. She is currently an adjunct faculty member at Indiana Wesleyan University. In this role, she teaches courses on business law, management ethics and legal issues in management.
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