Cameron joined the firm as an Associate in the winter of 2020 after earning his J.D. Degree from the Temple University School of Law.
While in law school he was on scholarship, graduated magna cum laude, and served on Temple’s Law Review, editing scholarly articles and conducting research on helping Plaintiffs survive early dismissal motions.
Cameron has focused his skills on trial advocacy, winning multiple awards for his outstanding arguments in Temple’s Trial Advocacy Programs, ranked 2nd nationally. He also taught other law students Trial Advocacy and Civil Procedure. During the summer, Cameron interned for the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, successfully arguing before Judges on a daily basis. He is excited to utilize these skills to help clients win their cases.
Cameron has worked for the United States Senate and has been involved in civil engineering field work. He is a graduate of Utah State University where he earned a B.S. in Economics with a minor in Statistics. In his free time, Cameron enjoys putting his Eagle Scout experience to use while camping, ballroom dancing, and enjoying the many museums in Philadelphia.