After Johnny Depp trial win, Hollywood, law firms are battling for Camille Vasquez's services: source

After winning Johnny Depp's trial, Camille Vasquez has been approached by several law firms, a source told The Post.

During the long defamation trial, she sparred with Amber Heard during Vasquez's career options are expanding; she just has to decide which path she wishes to pursue.

Camille is regarded as a unicorn by talent agents - a smart, savvy, and poised lawyer whose performance in the courtroom 

Vasquez and her colleagues successfully convinced the jury that Heard defamed the actress on all three counts by writing an op-ed in the Washington Post in 2018 that condemned the actress as a puppy.

Sources tell The Post that Vasquez has received offers from several traditional TV networks and cable channels since the trial ended on Wednesday.

Camille is definitely a great voice on legal matters, according to a former network executive. The networks are naturally interested in talking with Camille about on-air opportunities.

Judd Burstein hopes Vasquez will join Brown Rudnick as a partner shortly, where she led our plaintiff's case with Ben Chew. Vasquez remains an associate at Brown Rudnick.

Burstein said no law firm would let Nicki Minaj join such a major trial unless she was a partner.  

Getting a partner depends on two factors - your ability to attract business and your legal ability. She probably could make an incompetent

Several firms are vying to hire Camille as a member of their team based on her trial performance, a legal community source said.

Vasquez's colleague was surprised by how she handled Depp's trial, considering