Cami R. Schiel


Office: 801-961-1300

460 S. 400 E.
Salt Lake City, UT 84111




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Cami Schiel has worked in healthcare for over a decade. She has worked as a Registered Nurse in skilled nursing facilities, psychiatric hospitals, and acute care hospitals---both in medical/surgical units and the emergency department. Since earning her JD and MBA she completed a fellowship at the Rocky Mountain Innocence Center helping wrongfully incarcerated persons establish their innocence. She has published articles in the BYU Law Review and Utah State Bar Journal providing recommendations for healthcare systems and public policy. Ms. Schiel uses her expertise to defend caregivers including physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, skilled-nursing facilities, dentists, oral surgeons, and others in medical malpractice defense and other civil litigation matters.


Cami holds an active Utah State Bar license in good standing, and is admitted to practice in all Utah state courts.

  • Healthcare Law
  • Insurance Defense
  • Personal and General Liability Defense
  • Collections
  • Real Estate Law

Rencher Anjewierden




Utah Department of Occupational and Professional Licensing

Pre-Lit Panel Chair

May 2021—November 2021


Angel Funding

Compliance Associate

June 2021—December 2021


Steele, Adams, Hosman

Litigation Associate

December 2019—April 2021


Rocky Mountain Innocence Center

Galbraith Fellow

August 2018—August 2019


Intermountain Healthcare

Intern (various)



Registered Nurse Experience:

Utah Valley Hospital

Spanish Fork Hospital

Utah State Hospital

Provo Rehabilitation and Nursing

Utah State Bar 2018

J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University
Juris Doctor, December 2017
Scholarship recipient

Published “Leveraging Pharma to Lower Premiums: Medical Loss Ratio Regulation in the Pharmaceutical Industry”

Law X Legal Design Incubator


Marriott School of Management, Brigham Young University

Masters of Business Administration

Scholarship recipient

1st Place Purdue OBHR Case competition


College of Nursing, Brigham Young University

Bachelors of Science

ORCA scholarship recipient