Cameron Weitzner is an associate with Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown, LLP in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Prior to joining the firm, Cameron spent five years advocating for clients and litigating cases at the Wisconsin State Public Defender’s Office. Cameron has represented clients pre-charge all the way to jury trial and has achieved successful outcomes for many clients. His motion practice resulted in cases being dismissed or evidence being suppressed because of unconstitutional police or government conduct.
Cameron received his J.D. from Marquette University in 2015 where he graduated in the top 25% of his class. While in law school, Cameron was selected to compete on both Mock Trial and Moot Court teams. Cameron was given the CALI award (given to the student with the highest grade) in both Privacy Law and Criminal Procedure. Cameron graduated from Marquette with a specialization in litigation and was named a distinguished member of the Pro Bono Honor Society for providing over 120 hours of volunteer legal work.
Since graduation Cameron has served as a coach for numerous teams in the Wisconsin Bar Association’s High School Mock Trial Competition. Cameron lives in Milwaukee with his significant other and likes to spend his free time fishing and golfing.