K. Camp Bailey is a founding member of the law firm. His practice is primarily devoted to managing the law firm and its various dockets and projects.
Education & Legal Career
After undergraduate and law school at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, Camp accepted a position as a law clerk to Judge Robert M. Parker of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. During his term at the Court of Appeals which oversees federal appeals from Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi, he assisted Judge Parker in a multitude of important legal cases, including several that were ultimately resolved by the Supreme Court of the United States. His clerkship gave him an incredible exposure to a wide manner of legal issues of federal importance and on the interworkings of the federal court system.
After completing his Federal clerkship, Camp returned to Houston to work at the law firm of Williams Bailey representing working men and women that had been unnecessarily injured through occupational exposures against some of the largest corporations in the world. Camp managed the firm’s premises liability docket prosecuting thousands of cases against unsafe working conditions at various premises around the country. Camp was also part of the trial team that tried the only individual’s cigarette trial ever to make it to trial in the State of Texas. Finally, Camp helped WB successfully represent thousands of Fen-Phen users who had suffered heart injuries as a result of their ingestion of the dangerous drug combination.