A proud Wyoming native, Cameron was born in Riverton, Wyoming and grew up in Wamsutter, Wyoming. Growing up in rural Wyoming, he learned self-sufficiency, livestock care, driving, hunting, and fishing. At 13, Cameron moved to Rock Springs, Wyoming for high school before moving to Laramie, Wyoming at 18 to attend the University of Wyoming, where he received his B.A. magna cum laude in Criminal Justice with concentrations in pre-law studies and the University Honors Program. After an enjoyable experience at the University of Wyoming, Cameron elected to stay in Laramie and attend the University of Wyoming College of Law, where he held a staff position on Law Review. Following law school, Cameron moved to Gillette, Wyoming to serve as a criminal prosecutor for Campbell County. About five years later, Cameron then moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming. Overall, Cameron has spent approximately 4.5 years as a criminal prosecutor and 1.5 years in private practice in the area of criminal defense. Cameron also spent approximately 2 years as a staff attorney for a District Court Judge mostly reviewing probate and appellate matters.
Cameron most enjoys assisting our clients with their estate plans, probate matters, business organization, workers’ compensation matters, and criminal defense. The social aspect of being an attorney is Cameron’s favorite part of the job. He genuinely enjoys getting to know his clients in order to better represent their interests in business and in court. His goal is to cultivate lasting client and community relationships.
When out of the office, Cameron enjoys spending time with his fiancée, Sharayah, and enjoys reading, hiking, target shooting, and learning to fly. Cameron has taught for approximately 5 years as an Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee, teaching undergraduate and graduate courses on criminal law, constitutional law, and homeland security law.