Camille F. Sarrouf, Sr. (Partner/Senior Counsel)
Camille F. Sarrouf graduated from Bowdoin College and received his law degree from the University of Texas. He is the senior partner of the Boston law firm of Sarrouf Law, LLP.
Mr. Sarrouf has earned a well-deserved reputation nationally as a distinguished member of the Trial Bar. He served as special assistant attorney general of Massachusetts, special district attorney for Middlesex County, adjunct professor of law at the New England School of Law, lecturer and trial demonstrator for continuing legal education for law schools and bar associations.
In addition to maintaining his law practice, Mr. Sarrouf has taken on major responsibilities for the Bar. He was a member of the Massachusetts Judicial Nominating Commission, the Massachusetts Commission on Judicial Conduct and the Recall Committee of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. He has served as a member of the Board of Governors of ATLA and the Boston Inn of Court. He was the Treasurer, Vice President and President of the Massachusetts Bar Association; an advocate of the American Board of Trial Advocates; a Fellow, past State Chairman, Regent and Trustee of the American College of Trial Attorneys and its Foundation; and a Fellow in the International Academy of Trial Lawyers. He is a former president of the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys.
He is passionately and actively involved with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee and was the Chairman of its Board of Governors from 1994 to 1998, and again for 2008-2009.
In recognition of his professional and teaching accomplishments, Mr. Sarrouf was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Law Degree in 1980 from the New England School of Law.
In 1990, members of the Bar, his family and friends established an endowment for young lawyers at the Social Law Library.
In 1994, American ORT presented its Boston Chapter Jurisprudence Award to Mr. Sarrouf for his public spiritedness, community achievement and deep concern for human life.
In 1996, he was presented with the distinguished Alumni Award from the Wilbraham-Monson Academy.
In 2001, he was the recipient of the Ellis Island Medal of Honor.