Camille Evans advises business entities and individuals on a broad range of federal, state and international tax matters and tax controversies. A native of Philadelphia, she received two undergraduate degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. She majored in Accounting and graduated from The Wharton School, and she received an Economics degree from the University’s College of Arts and Sciences. She then graduated from Harvard Law School, where she focused on tax law.
Camille has a vast array of tax experience, including key roles in a number of different settings. Prior to joining Wood LLP, Camille occupied tax attorney roles in several large law firms, a Big-Four Accounting firm, a Fortune 500 Company, and worked for the IRS Office of Chief Counsel in Washington DC for nearly ten years, including as Special Counsel to the Deputy Associate Chief Counsel International. She was also Tax Counsel to the Resolution Trust Corporation.
As a result, Camille has not only written tax laws and rulings, but has applied them on behalf of private clients and public and private entities, working on a broad range of federal, state and local, and international tax matters for a wide range of clients.
Member, State Bar of Pennsylvania, 1987|
Member, District of Columbia Bar, 1997
Not currently admitted to The State Bar of California
|Harvard Law School, J.D.
University of Pennsylvania, B.S., Accounting
University of Pennsylvania, B.A., Economics