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Ms. Mitchell is a member of the Insurance Coverage Practice Group. She provides clients with coverage analysis and recommendations regarding primary, umbrella and excess general liability policies, and professional liability policies. Additionally, Kamilah represents insurance companies in coverage litigation cases before state and federal courts. Kamilah also works in the Trust & Estates Practice Group.

Previously, Kamilah’s practice included intellectual property, general liability, premises liability, insurance coverage, and trusts & estates. She represented domestic insurance companies in coverage matters involving both first party and third party claims, and advised clients on a multitude of pre- and post-litigation coverage matters. During her clerkship with the Honorable Tanya R. Kennedy, Supreme Court Justice of the State of New York, New York County, she gained significant experience in matters involving guardianships, trusts, estates, and civil litigation.

Kamilah is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, New York State, and the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York, and is a member of both the District of Columbia and New York City Bar Associations. Prior to her legal career, Kamilah was a research scientist in the fields of environmental and physical chemistry.

Kamilah is the Programs Director of Blankets4Vets, a non-profit initiative she founded with her mother in memory of her late father, which provides free weighted blankets to Veterans in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia.

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