Cameron joined Stephensons during the summer of 2018 and works as a graduate paralegal in the regulatory department.
Prior to working at Stephensons Cameron obtained a first class honours degree in law from Edge Hill University.
Areas of Specialism
Cameron assists the lawyers in the department in all of the key practice areas, including road traffic offences, professional discipline and regulatory defence. Cameron also has a special interest in sports law and is assisting with the development of this practice area. He is supervised by Carl Johnson.
Outside of work Cameron enjoys travelling as well playing and watching sports, especially football and motorsports.
What our clients say
"I had accumulated 12 points on my licence and was facing a six month driving ban, under the "totting up" rule. I contacted Stephensons and was informed that I had a fairly strong case to make a plea for "exceptional hardship" at court, to avoid a diving ban. They took my statement and appointed a Barrister to represent me in court. Prior to the court hearing I discussed my statement in detail with the barrister and felt confident that my case was being presented in the best possible light. I am very happy to be able to say that my exceptional hardship plea was upheld by the magistrates and I avoided a driving ban. I am extremely grateful to Stephensons for their legal advice and expertise and would highly recommend them to anyone having to appear in court regarding a driving offence" - View from a satisfied client
"I cant even express how grateful I am to Stephensons for their help on my case. Even though we started our work a week before the actual hearing everything was done properly. Cameron who was dealing with my case from the beginning showed a lot of empathy and support. The outcome was much better than we expected and thats thanks to their great work and fantastic representation of barrister Mr Barr. I would strongly recommend Stephensons to anyone. Totally worth the money!" - View from a satisfied client