Director, Water Justice Clinic
J.D., UC Berkeley School of Law
B.A., with Distinction Political Economy, UC Berkeley
Camille Pannu directs the Water Justice Clinic, a project of the Aoki Center for Critical Race and Nation Studies. The Water Justice Clinic partners with stakeholders to improve the sustainability of rural water systems; advocate for the inclusion of rural and low-income communities in water management decisions; and ensure that all Californians have access to safe, clean and affordable drinking water.
Prior to joining King Hall, Pannu served as an Equal Justice Works Fellow in the southern San Joaquin Valley, where she worked with low-income residents to combat poverty and environmental racism by improving infrastructure in rural communities; assisting community organizations with issues regarding land-use, zoning, tax, funding, employment law and nonprofit compliance; and creating "green-collar" community- and worker-owned enterprises.
She was a law clerk to the Honorable Richard A. Paez of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and to the Honorable Stefan R. Underhill of the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut. Pannu received her undergraduate and law degrees from UC Berkeley.