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Cameron B. Gordon

Cameron B. Gordon is an associate attorney practicing in the San Diego office of Bremer, Whyte, Brown & O’Meara.

Mr. Gordon graduated from Utah State University in December 2007, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, with an emphasis in technical and professional writing.  He graduated from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego in May 2012 and was admitted to the California Bar in January 2013.

Mr. Gordon began interning with Bremer Whyte in June 2011, working on complex civil litigation matters including construction defect and general liability insurance defense.  Today, his practice focuses on business litigation, real estate transactions, construction defect, and insurance defense.

During the early portion of his law school career, Mr. Gordon interned with a civil litigation firm in San Diego, gaining experience in a variety of matters involving business litigation, probate cases, medical malpractice, contract disputes, employment law, and products liability.

While a student, Mr. Gordon also mentored San Diego high school students interested in the practice of law through his involvement with the Crawford Legal Institute & Mentorship Bond (“C.L.I.M.B.”), a program initiated by the TJSL Diversity Committee.