Camila Bersani specializes in entertainment, intellectual property, employment, real estate, and common interest developments. Her representation includes a publicly traded company operating six legendary recording studios in Hollywood and a producer of music festivals.
Ms. Bersani graduated from Duke University School of Law where she received the Prentiss & Gail Feagles scholarship. At Duke, she served as the staff editor for Duke Forum for Law & Social Change and Duke Law & Technology Review, where she concentrated on the editorial process of various intellectual property articles. Ms. Bersani also had the opportunity to extern for two federal judges and two law firms. She gained experience in both litigation and transactional matters by revising financial contracts, licenses, operating agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and various motions.
After law school, Ms. Bersani clerked for the Honorable Karen S. Jennemann and the Honorable Arthur B. Briskman at the United States Bankruptcy Court at the Middle District of Florida. As a law clerk in a business-oriented court, Ms. Bersani found the opportunity to align her enthusiasm for corporate governance and restructuring with other complex areas including business, intellectual property, employment, and real estate.
Ms. Bersani completed her undergraduate degree in International Studies at the American University in Washington, D.C. where she received the Frederick Douglass Scholarship. She was selected for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Scholarship Program, where she participated in training for women in technology and attended Congressional hearings on copyright and anti-piracy laws. She also interned for the United States Congress, the United Nations, and for the British Embassy. At the latter, she worked with the British Defense and eight different Embassy departments on corporate governance, crisis management, and business development.
Ms. Bersani is licensed to practice law in California and Florida. She is fluent in Portuguese.