CAMERON E. JEAN
With litigation experience beyond his years, Cameron has represented commercial clients at every stage of lawsuits involving breach of contract, fraud, and the Texas Citizens Participation Act. After graduating from Pepperdine University School of Law in 2015, he served as a law clerk for Chief Justice Carolyn Wright of the Fifth District Court of Appeals at Dallas and the Honorable Christine A. Nowak of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. These clerkships allow Cameron to see his cases through the lens of a court in order to litigate them effectively and efficiently. Incorporating these insights into his practice, Cameron has taken numerous fact and expert witness depositions, drafted and argued discovery and dispositive motions, and drafted appellate briefs in both state and federal court.
Outside of the office, Cameron is dedicated to serving others. He is a member of the ABA Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section’s 2021-2022 Leadership Academy. But Cameron’s heart for servant leadership is most evident in his work with the American Legion. For more than ten years, Cameron has served as a counselor at the American Legion Texas Boys State program in Austin, Texas. Both he and his work are featured in the award-winning 2020 documentary Boys State, available now on Apple TV.
EducationBaylor Law School, J.D. cum laude Baylor University, 2012, Business Journalism
AdmissionsTexas, 2015 Northern District of Texas, 2018
Awards & RecognitionDesignated as "Rising Star" by Texas Monthly and Law and Politics magazines (2020)