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Cambry Bristow




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A Bit About Me

Cambry Bristow is an experienced trial lawyer who finds deep joy in connecting with others. She loves spending time with her clients, learning their stories and creating a plan to fight for their case. Cambry received her undergraduate degree from DePaul University and a law degree from Loyola University Chicago.

She began her career as a criminal defense attorney and gained extensive experience handling nearly every type of criminal case in courtrooms across the Chicagoland area. Throughout the first ten years of her career, Cambry earned her reputation as a respected and compassionate attorney who fought fiercely for her clients against the vast resources of the government. During her practice in Chicago, Cambry was named a Super Lawyers Magazine “Rising Star” five times from 2017 to 2021 and was also repeatedly recognized on Chicago Magazine’s “Outstanding Young Lawyers” list.

In 2018, Cambry was selected as one of 55 attorneys to attend the Trial Lawyer’s College, in DuBois, Wyoming. TLC is a non-profit organization that is “committed to training a new breed of lawyer—a warrior who has the courage to become a real person first, and who then has the heart to fight for justice in their own passionate voice.” The experience changed Cambry’s life both personally and professionally. She has since been invited to join TLC’s faculty where she trains other trial lawyers to fight against the government and insurance companies. She has been a member of the TLC alumni board since 2020.

In 2023, Cambry shifted her practice from criminal law to civil. She now focuses on representing injured clients across the state of Texas. Cambry understands that her clients are real people with real lives that matter. She takes great pride in giving every client the individual attention they deserve. Justice is not one-size-fits-all and Cambry enjoys cultivating unique and creative solutions to complicated problems.

She is happiest in trial, where she can share stories with a jury and fight bullies, head on. Cambry grew up in Lawrence, Kansas and now lives with her husband, two children and a couple of derpy dogs just north of Austin, TX. Outside the courtroom, Cambry loves reading, writing, puzzles and enjoying the Texas outdoors with her family.

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