Employment Law Attorney
Cameron is a passionate advocate for workers’ rights. He received his undergraduate degree from The University of Texas at Austin and his law degree from the University of Minnesota Law School (with a concentration in Labor & Employment Law). Cameron focuses on providing zealous advocacy to individuals who have been wronged by their employer. In law school, Cameron was chosen for the Minnesota State Bar Association’s Student Excellence Award in Labor Law, served as the President of the Student Employment and Labor Law Association, worked as a staffer on the Minnesota Journal of International Law, and served as a Student Attorney in the Employment Law Clinic providing pro bono services for low-income individuals in the community.
Throughout law school, Cameron worked for several organizations holding employers accountable to their employees, including the National Labor Relations Board’s Region 18 Office and at a private-practice law firm focused on employee rights. Cameron continues to guide employees who have suffered illegal treatment through the legal process, while obtaining strong results for his clients.
Cameron’s background, as the son of a Department of Defense employee, is wide-ranging. Although he was born just outside San Francisco, he spent his primary education years in Ramstein, Germany before returning to the US to attend college. In his free time, he enjoys golf, biking, and board games with family and friends.
Location: Minneapolis Office