Camille Taylor Ralston retired at the end of 2020 after 40 years at Montgomery Purdue. She was the first female partner at the firm and a rare example at the time of practicing law at the highest level while balancing the demands of motherhood. Many female attorneys in the firm have since followed the trail she blazed. Camille’s practice focused on the purchase, sale, financing, and leasing of virtually all types of commercial real estate including apartments, hotels, golf courses, medical and high-rise office buildings, shopping centers, manufacturing and storage facilities, marine properties, and agricultural and vacant land. In addition to her transactions practice, Camille served in a general counsel role to her long-time clients.
A graduate of Whitman College and the University of Washington School of Law, Camille was a well-known real estate attorney in the Pacific Northwest. She received numerous accolades and was included by Washington Law & Politics in the Top 40 Real Estate Law Attorneys and Top 50 Women Attorneys. Camille is a past Board Member of YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish. Since her retirement, Camille has been enjoying time with family and friends, volunteer work, skiing, travel, knitting, and trying out new things like choir and tai chi.