Camilla Roberson is a staff attorney at the Public Justice Center, concentrating on juvenile justice and health rights. As part of the Just Kids Partnership, she is part of a campaign to end the automatic prosecution of youth as adults in Maryland. Roberson has represented children with the Legal Aid Society-Juvenile Rights Division in New York as part of the Safe Families Domestic Violence Project, interned at the National Center for Youth Law, the National Center for Law and Economic Justice, and Human Rights Watch-Children’s Rights Project, and volunteered as a CASA. She spent 3 years at Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos, a home for orphaned and abandoned children in Honduras. She is a former Skadden Fellow and graduate of Columbia Law School, the University of Virginia, and the Bryn Mawr School in Baltimore.