S. Camille Payton

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0001_D3H_9106_FES. Camille Payton chaired the Workers’ Compensation section of the North Carolina Bar Association (2010-2011). Payton, a shareholder of Ward Black Law in Greensboro, headed the organization of 685 lawyers from across the state. As section chair, she presided over meetings of the section council, which is the governing board of the section.  Payton recently co-authored and published the Workers’ Compensation Forms Manual.
Camille Payton has been practicing law since 1993. A native of Kinston, North Carolina, Payton graduated from UNC Chapel Hill and the University of Texas before practicing law in Greensboro. Payton has extensive trial experience. She is proud to take up the cause of people who need help dealing with large insurance companies or other corporations.  Payton serves on the investments committee at Shiloh Baptist Church, and in her free time enjoys shopping and dining out.

Practice Areas

Workers’ Compensation
Personal Injury

Born

Kinston, NC, September 22, 1962; admitted to bar, 1993, North Carolina

Education

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (B.A.,1984); University of Texas at Austin (J.D.,1993)

Member

Chair of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the North Carolina Bar Association (2010-2011), Former Membership Chair of the NC Bar Association (2009), North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers (Member of the Board of Governors and Workers’ Compensation Executive Committee), Guilford County Association of Black Lawyers (Vice President), North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers (Secretary ), Greensboro Bar Association (Mentoring Committee), Guilford County Association of Women Attorneys.

View Camille’s resume/Martindale Hubbell bio.

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