Cambry concentrates her practice in defending clients accused of felony and misdemeanor criminal offenses in the Chicagoland area. She has been named a SuperLawyers Rising Star for 2020, 2019 and 2018. She is the current elected President of the Women’s Criminal Defense Bar Association. In addition, she was accepted to, and attended, Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College for a month in July 2018 in Dubois, Wyoming. She also went back to Trial Lawyers College for a seminar exclusively for criminal defense lawyers called In Defense of the Damned in June of 2019.
Cambry has quickly become a fixture in criminal courthouses across Cook County and has established an outstanding reputation as an honest and tenacious advocate for her clients. From the most severe felony charge to a simple misdemeanor case, Cambry treats each of her clients with the respect and time they deserve and understands that facing any criminal charge is a stressful and often frightening experience. Cambry’s extensive courtroom experience and dedication to justice put her clients at ease. Each day in court, Cambry demonstrates powerhouse litigation skills that have earned her the respect of judges and colleagues across the state. Those skills, coupled with her fierce, integrity-based advocacy have established Cambry’s reputation for excellence in defending criminal matters.
Outside of her work with The Toney Law Firm, Cambry spends time giving back to her community. Cambry has worked with a legal aid clinic expungement help desk, advising indigent individuals on how to clear their criminal records and move forward in their lives with dignity. She is also an active attorney-mentor for teenage women accepted into the Girl Scouts of America's annual “Project Law Track” program, an initiative designed to help girls who are interested in legal careers develop their voices at an early age. A member of her local alumnae chapter of the Delta Gamma Sorority, Cambry frequently sits on career panels to encourage collegiate women to pursue positions in the legal field. She also spends many weekend hours judging mock trial and moot court competitions at universities and law schools throughout the city. Cambry always strives to use her legal knowledge to protect her fellow community-members and has given numerous presentations on exercising civil rights during police encounters. Cambry also attends trainings, seminars and conferences dedicated to improving both her own skills and the overall criminal justice system at a local and national level.