Honors and Awards
- Recipient of the Malcolm Donahue Award, Suffolk Law Student Bar Association (SBA) (2015)
- Suffolk University Law School SBA Diversity Committee, named annual Diversity Award “The Dean Camille A. Nelson Award” (2015)
- Recipient of the Harry H. Dow Memorial Legal Assistance Fund, Special Appreciation Award (“For fostering in students and community a lifetime commitment to justice and compassion in service to those who are often underserved.”) (Dec. 2014)
- Recipient of the Trailblazer Award, Suffolk University Law School, Black Law Students’ Association (“In honor of your unwavering commitment to create new paths, and to lead others through the legal profession”) (April 2014).
- Honored as one of the "Top Women of Law" by Lawyers Weekly (2013)
- Named by On Being a Black Lawyer to the Power 100, most influential Black attorneys (2012-2015)
- Recipient of the Ida B. Wells award, Massachusetts Black Women Lawyers (2011)
- Phi Delta Phi, Rehnquist Inn, Honorary Member (2010)
|1998 ‐ 2000||LL.M., Columbia Law School ‐ Associate-in-Law Program|
|1991 ‐ 1994||LL.B., University of Ottawa Faculty of Law|
|1987 ‐ 1991||Bachelor of Arts, With High Distinction, University of Toronto ‐ Faculty of Arts and Sciences|
Panel VII: International and Comparative Perspectives of Masculinities
Multidimensional Masculinities and Law: A Colloquium (2011)
Moderator: Rachel J. Anderson Panelists:Camille A. Nelson: Sexuality without Borders: Exploring the Paradoxical Connection between Dancehall and Colonial Law in ...
Book Chapters (5)
Contribution to Book
Sexuality without Borders: Exploring the Paradoxical Connection between Dancehall and ...
Masculinities and the Law: A Multidimensional Approach (2012)
This chapter interrogates the hypermasculine, homophobic lyrics of Jamaican dancehall music, the Jamaican equivalent to hip-hop. Musicians engaged in dancehall ...