Camille Suarkeo is a trial attorney at Rogers | Beltran LLP. Her passion for justice and commitment to clients is what makes her a strong addition to the Rogers | Beltran team. She plays a vital role in civil and criminal trials during jury selection, witness examination (direct/cross), and successfully arguing motions to exclude evidence. When not engaged in trials, you will find her handling hundreds of court appearances, negotiating with opposing counsel, successfully arguing pretrial motions, and cross-examining witnesses at preliminary hearings.
Before she made the jump into the legal profession, she obtained bachelor’s degrees in both mechanical engineering and political science, and then worked as an engineer for a major U.S. aerospace and military defense company. Her favorite experiences included helping develop software applications and equipment which are now utilized by FAA air traffic controllers and the military, and then touring government facilities and seeing those applications in action.
Camille’s engineering background brings a unique approach to our team. She has a brilliant technical mind that enables her to see the law from a perspective most attorneys cannot. Whether the legal case is one that requires accident reconstruction, bio-mechanical engineering, or other science principles, her science and engineering background allows her to thoroughly understand these technical issues. With this understanding, she has the tools to persuasively present complex legal matters to the court and the jury.
♦ Juris Doctor – Southwestern Law School – Los Angeles, California
♦ B.S. Mechanical Engineering – University of California – Davis, California
♦ B.A. Political Science – University of California – Santa Barbara, California
English (fluent), Tagalog (fluent).