Cameron knows no single approach works for every situation, so in addition to extensive experience as a litigator and trial lawyer, he has training in divorce mediator and in collaborative law. Cameron works with his clients to find the most appropriate approach. He looks for opportunities to utilize the elements of each process if he believes it will move a case toward a favorable resolution.
Cameron’s educational background includes a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a J.D. from Chicago-Kent College of Law. He also holds a Certificate in Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution from Chicago-Kent College of Law and a Certificate in Divorce Mediation from Northwestern University. He is a fellow in the International Academy of Collaborative Law Professionals.
With over 17 years in private practice, Cameron’s clients have come from diverse backgrounds. He has represented teachers, commodities traders, tradesmen, executives, physicians, artists, business owners, stay-at-home moms and many more. Prior to focusing his practice on divorce and family law, Cameron had the pleasure of working on complex commercial litigation at some of Chicago’s largest law firms, where he learned the skills crucial for successful litigation and trial practice. Today, he applies those skills to every family law matter.
Cameron’s goal is to treat his clients’ the way he would expect to be treated. Often divorce and other family law issues are complex, time consuming, and emotionally draining. He strives to be accessible and respectful of his clients’ time, emotions and wallet.