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Camron researches transitions in global trade policy and their impact on client business matters.

Camron assists clients, attorneys and legal teams when trade, business and the law intersect. As global consensus shifts regarding multinational trade barriers, attorney teams find strategies and solutions to help clients move products around the world without interruption. Toward this end, Camron researches complex regulatory matters, analyzing and monitoring how trade relations and applicable statutes impact all phases of the supply chain. Clients who benefit from Camron’s analysis include:

  • Suppliers
  • Air and ocean transportation companies
  • Warehousing distribution companies
  • U.S. fulfillment centers for e-commerce goods
  • Transportation intermediaries
  • Retailers

Legal teams and clients appreciate his experience as an intern at the U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration (ITA), along with his due diligence and tenacity in moving client matters forward.




  • B.A., American University, School of International Service


  • German, proficient
Blog | November 02, 2020
October 2020 Trade Law Update
Blog | October 01, 2020
September 2020 Trade Law Update
Blog | September 01, 2020
August 2020 Trade Law Update
Blog | August 03, 2020
July 2020 Trade Law Update
Blog | July 01, 2020
June 2020 Trade Law Update
Blog | June 01, 2020
May 2020 Trade Law Update
Blog | May 04, 2020
April 2020 Trade Law Update
Blog | April 06, 2020
March 2020 Trade Law Update
Blog | March 05, 2020
February 2020 Trade Law Update
Blog | February 03, 2020
January 2020 Trade Law Update
Blog | January 02, 2020
December 2019 Trade Law Update
Blog | December 02, 2019
November 2019 Trade Law Update
Blog | November 04, 2019
October 2019 Trade Law Update
News Releases | June 10, 2020
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Outside the Office

Camron’s international interests started out in a small and beautiful location: his hometown of Amenia, in Upstate New York. Just a two-hour train ride from Grand Central Station, it’s known as a peaceful haven, with a population under 5000 and a block-long town center.

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