Camille Infantolino is a research and policy associate at R Street. She provides research support for the Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties team.

Prior to joining R Street, she worked as a legislative assistant for a lobbying firm named Corcoran Partners. She attended committee hearings in the Florida legislature and drafted summaries on the status of bills for clients. Before that, she was a policy intern at the James Madison Institute where she conducted research and drafted policy briefs and articles.

Camille worked as a law clerk for the executive office of the Governor’s general legal counsel during Sen. Scott’s administration. She helped research and draft briefs for litigation before the Florida Supreme Court as well as conduct interviews for judges at all levels.

She received her bachelor’s degree (summa cum laude) from the University of Central Florida with a major in legal studies and a minor in business administration. She also received her JD (cum laude) from the Florida State University College of Law.

Camille lives in Tallahassee, Florida with her husband and two dogs, a cocker spaniel named Fitz and a pitbull named Ace.