Following admission to the State Bar in 1989, Ms. Espey began her legal career handling insurance defense matters at a law firm in Dallas, Texas. She expanded her practice to include defense of "old law" workers' compensation claims in 1990, defending political subdivisions in in District Court cases and representing them before the Industrial Accident Board at Pre-Hearing Conferences. After the "new law" passed in 1991, Ms. Espey continued to represent clients in workers' compensation matters with pre-1991 dates of injury before the Texas Workers' Compensation Committee and in District Court, and added to her practice the handling of benefit review conferences, contested case hearings, and Appeals Panel work at the TWCC and Division of Workers' Compensation, as well as representing clients in the district and appellate courts of Texas. Ms. Espey has also represented clients before the State Office of Administrative Hearings and the Texas Workforce Commission (formerly the Texas Employment Commission). Her practice includes representation of insurance carriers and employers in matters including Medical Contested Case Hearings, Subsequent Injury Fund reimbursement claims, subrogation claims, death claims, and employment discharge matters. She has successfully defended workers' compensation claims from the Benefit Review Conference/Contested Case Hearing/Appeals Panel processes at the DWC through judicial review in District Court and before the Court of Appeals.
Ms. Espey was formerly employed as a partner at a law firm specializing in workers' compensation, where she worked for seventeen years. In 2011, Ms. Espey began the firm of White and Espey, PLLC. The firm's practice includes insurance, labor, employment, and subrogation matters. She frequently conducts continuing education programs and seminars for insurance professionals and employers. Ms. Espey is licensed to practice law in the District Courts of the State of Texas, as well as the Northern and Western United States District Courts of Texas.
Camille Espey received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Texas in Austin in 1986. She graduated with honors with a degree in Plan II. She subsequently attended the Law School at the University of Texas where she received her Doctor of Jurisprudence in 1989.
Ms. Espey resides with her husband, three sons, and two labrador retrievers. She attends Chapelwood United Methodist Church where she is a member of the Board of Stewards and teaches Sunday School. She is actively involved in the schools her children attend and has received Lifetime Achievement Awards from the PTA Executive Boards of different Spring Branch ISD schools. Her hobbies include boating on Lake Travis and attending UT football games, and SBISD swim meets, soccer games, and basketball games.