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Camden Brown

Camden W. Brown

Camden Brown is an associate in the Corporate Practice Group in Haynes Boone’s Dallas office. Her practice focuses on SEC reporting and compliance, private and public securities offerings, and corporate governance.

Camden received her J.D. from Washington University School of Law with a certificate in International Law. While at WashU, Camden served as Editor-in-Chief of the Washington University Jurisprudence Review. She holds a Master of Letters in Art History from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland, and a B.A in International Studies with a minor in Business Administration from Baylor University. Camden is also a recipient of the U.S. Congressional Award Gold Medal for Initiative, Service and Achievement.

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  • The Beneficient Company Group, L.P., a Dallas-based provider of liquidity, data analytics, custody and trust services to holders of alternative assets, in its merger with special-purpose acquisition company Avalon Acquisition Inc. and public listing with an implied equity value of over $3 billion.
  • U.S. Congressional Award Gold Medal for Initiative, Service and Achievement, 2012
  • "Admire the Plunder, But Abhor the Thief: How the Development of International Law Perpetuates Colonial Inequities as Modern Nations Battle for the Repatriation of Looted Art and Artifacts," author, 14 WASH. U. JUR. REV. 219 (2021).


J.D., Washington University School of Law, 2022, Editor-in-Chief, Washington University Jurisprudence Review

M.Litt, University of St. Andrews, 2017

B.A., 2015, Baylor University, 2015, Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude


Intern to the Honorable Gilbert C. Sison, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois, June-August 2020



District of Columbia

New York

SEC Adopts Amendments to Modernize Rule 10b5-1 Insider Trading Plans and Related Disclosures
February 27, 2023

The Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) recently approved final rules introducing new amendments and disclosure requirements under Rule 10b5-1 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the “Exchange Act”). The final rules, which begin to take effect today, include updates that significantly tighten access to the Rule 10b5-1(c)(1) affirmative defense to insider trading liability for those [...]