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Lauren K. CamireAssociate

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Bar Admissions:

  • Massachusetts, 2016
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts , 2017

Education:

  • J.D., Northeastern University School of Law, 2016
  • B.A., James Madison College, Michigan State University, 2013

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Lauren K. Camire is a fourth year associate in Cetrulo LLP’s Boston office. Lauren’s practice focuses on toxic tort litigation, products liability litigation, premises litigation, and employment litigation in both state and federal courts. She represents a variety of defendants, including individuals, manufacturers, suppliers, and premise owners. Lauren has experience in numerous aspects of litigation, including drafting discovery, deposing fact witnesses, and drafting various motions, including discovery and dispositive motions.

In addition, Lauren is assigned to the court-appointed Massachusetts Asbestos Litigation Defendants’ Liaison Counsel in both state and federal court. As a part of this work, Lauren is in charge of drafting motions that further the strategies of the defense group. Lauren is also a contact point for the defense group, plaintiffs’ counsel, and the Special Master to address global concerns and negotiate solutions.

Prior to joining Cetrulo LLP as an attorney, Lauren completed four cooperative study programs at the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, the ACLU-Women’s Rights Project, and two Boston law firms, including Cetrulo, LLP. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Michigan State University, where she double majored in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy, and Social Relations Policy.

When away from the office, Lauren enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and cheering on the Michigan State Spartans.
 

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

  • Massachusetts Bar Association, 2016
  • Defense Research Institute, 2018, 2019

Authorships

  • Compliance Without Cost: Understanding and Avoiding the Potential Economic Impact of Changes to Federal Overtime Regulations
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