McGlinchey News Release
McGlinchey’s Camille Bryant Chosen to Serve on Louisiana’s Board of EthicsRead Time: 2 mins
McGlinchey is proud to announce that the Senate and Governmental Affairs Committee has selected Camille Bryant, a Member (partner) in the firm’s New Orleans office, to serve on Louisiana’s Board of Ethics. This agency operates as the state’s premier source and authority for information about the application of the statutory provisions of the Code of Governmental Ethics, Campaign Finance Disclosure Act, and the Lobbyist Disclosure Act.
“I am honored to serve the state of Louisiana on the Board of Ethics,” said Camille. “Ethics are key to ensuring public trust, and I look forward to doing my part to instill public confidence through the dissemination of important information.”
Camille is a Member in McGlinchey’s Labor and Employment practice group. She guides employers through a wide range of employment law issues, whether through litigation or advice and counsel. As a DEI trainer and facilitator, Camille guides organizations in creating workplace cultures of safety, respect, diversity, and inclusion, and helps employers effectively investigate, defend against, and develop advance plans to avoid or minimize workplace crises stemming from claims of workplace misconduct.
Camille and Baton Rouge’s William Grimley were chosen from a list of 10 nominees selected by presidents of Louisiana’s 10 private universities through the Louisiana Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (LAICU). Each of the nominees provided brief biographies and answered questions from the senators in open session.
“Camille has proven herself as a leader within our community, and we are proud to work with her,” said Mag Bickford, Managing Member of McGlinchey’s New Orleans Office and of the Labor and Employment group. “We know that she will bring the same dedication to serving the state as she does to serving our clients, and we congratulate her on this honor.”
The mission of the Ethics Administration Program is to administer and enforce Louisiana’s conflicts of interest legislation, campaign finance registration, reporting requirements, and lobbyist registration and disclosure laws. They work to achieve compliance by governmental officials, public employees, candidates, and lobbyists and to provide public access to disclosed information.