Cami Schupp

Cami_webCami began working with Syd Alexander and Steve Miller in 2003 and joined the practice full-time in 2004. She handles family law, district court criminal matters, civil litigation, estate planning, small business matters, some real estate and cases involving Spanish-speaking clients since she is a fluent Spanish-speaker. She earned her law degree from North Carolina Central University in 2003 and served on the North Carolina Central University Law Journal while there. Cami earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish and Political Science from Clemson University in 1997. She is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association, North Carolina Associates for Justice and North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys. She is licensed to practice in the Middle District of the North Carolina Federal Court as well as in all state courts in North Carolina.

Cami is pleased to serve as a Board member of Habitat for Humanity of Orange County, elected in August 2015, and looks forward to her ongoing service with that organization as we work towards the goal that everyone in Orange County has a decent place to live. Cami is also a supporter of the New River Conservancy, an organization dedicated to protecting and preserving the beautiful New River, it’s streams and surrounding woodlands which begin in the mountains of North Carolina.

Cami and her husband, Al, both attended high school in South Carolina and they met as students at Clemson University. They moved to Orange County together in 1998 when Al began working at the Duke Clinical Research Institute. They enjoy both international travel and visiting the mountains and coastal areas of North Carolina and return often to South Carolina to visit family and friends. Cami and Al live in rural Orange County and have enjoyed calling this area home for so many years.

Cami is proud to have served as a delegate to the Attorney Exchange Program’s visit to Portugal in April 2015 sponsored by the International Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association. She hopes to participate in future Attorney Exchange Program delegations.

Ask Cami about:

  • The benefits of a premarital agreement;
  • Post Separation Support Guidelines recently established in Orange and Chatham Counties;
  • How and why you should consider forming your own Limited Liability Company;
  • The importance of estate planning and planning for the care of our aging citizens;
  • Port and the wines of Portugal;
  • The Spanish-speaking countries she’s visited;
  • Where to eat lunch around East Franklin Street in Chapel Hill.