Passion for Justice
Welcome to the Law Offices of John C. Camillus, LLC. Our firm handles complex civil litigation for individuals and business clients of all sizes and levels of sophistication.
Our firm strives to be known for our unwavering commitment to our clients and our equally intense passion for justice.
Mr. Camillus's background includes working for one of the world's largest and most highly regarded corporate law firms, working for one of Ohio's premier civil litigation boutiques, clerking for a highly respected federal judge, and earning his law degree at the nation's top-ranked and most selective law school. We believe that our clients deserve the insight that comes from that experience.
A Mission to Serve
Integrity and Courage Worthy of Recognition
The firm's founder, John Camillus, is proud of the reputation he has earned for excellence and integrity.
The Ohio Association for Justice recently recognized Mr. Camillus with their prestigious Courage Award.
The Law Offices of John C. Camillus was founded with a three-part mission:
To serve clients with excellence
To strengthen the civil justice system by preserving and increasing access to the courts for individual victims
To give back to the community
Our firm is committed to understanding your legal concerns. We reject a one-size-fits-all approach to legal issues, and strive to develop a strategy to your individual situation that best meets your particular goals. Whatever your legal needs, we will listen to your concerns and offer practical assistance and experienced counsel.
Get in Touch
Law Offices of John C. Camillus, LLC
P.O. Box 141410
Columbus, OH 43214
The information provided on this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice of any kind. Consult an attorney for advice regarding your situation. We invite you to contact us using this online form or by phone, fax, or letter. Please be aware that neither visiting this web site nor contacting the firm to discuss your situation creates an attorney-client relationship. The firm does not represent you until you and the firm have signed a fee agreement.