Camille Spinello Andrews (born November 26, 1959) is Associate Dean and Faculty at Rutgers School of Law-Camden.
At Rutgers Andrews serves as an Associate Dean. She currently teaches Antitrust, Evidence, Complex Litigation, Professional Responsibility, Sports Law and Entertainment Law Drafting. In addition she is in charge of enrollment, scholarships, and special legal programs. For almost 20 years, Andrews served as a faculty advisor to the Rutgers Law Journal and was a Member of the Admissions Committee.
From 2007-2015, she also served as in-house counsel to a private equity fund, Context Capital Partners.
Andrews is very active with continuing legal education. She regularly lectures and has published for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education on a variety of topics, including sexual discrimination, ethics, Americans with Disabilities Act, sports law, and rainmaking. She has also published and lectured for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute on Securities Litigation and RICO, as well as conducted PBI Seminars on Ethics and the Media and Ethics and Third-Party Litigation Funding.
She is a member of the American Bar Association: Antitrust, Litigation, and Legal Education and Administration section. She served as Co-Chair of the American Bar Association's Law School Administration Committee in 2002. She also served from 2010 through 2013 on the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on Judicial Education.
Andrews previously served on the Board of LEAP Charter School and the New Jersey Cares Board. She has also served on a number of charitable boards, including the Walnut Street Theatre, ACYO Foundation (Goldman Sachs), and the Philadelphia Zoo Chairman’s Council.
In June 2008, Andrews ran for and won the Democratic primary for her husband's seat in the U.S. House of Representatives while he ran for a Senate seat. On September 3, 2008, she withdrew her candidacy. At the request of the party, her husband, Rob Andrews, ran for re-election to his House seat. The voters reelected Mr. Andrews to Congress that November with 71.9% of the vote.
Education and personal life
Admitted to practice in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and before the United States Supreme Court, Andrews received her B.A., magna cum laude, from the University of Pittsburgh. Camille Andrews graduated with honors from Rutgers School of Law-Camden, where she was a member of the Law Journal and National Moot Court Team.
Andrews and her husband reside in Haddon Heights, New Jersey, and have two daughters.