The Court of Appeals Holds That Indifference to Safety Satisfies the Standard for a Willful Violation Under WISHA
In March 2022, the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division One, issued Marpac Constr., LLC v. Dep’t of Lab. & Indus., No. 82200-4-I, 2022 WL …
In March 2021, the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division One, issued an opinion holding corporate officers personally liable for unpaid industrial insurance premiums. Coaker …
The Washington State Supreme Court’s recent decision in Lake Hills Invs., LLC v. Rushforth Constr. Co. No. 99119-7, slip op. at 1 (Wash. Sept. 2, 2021) marks the first …
Cameron Sheldon recently joined Ahlers Cressman & Sleight after completing a two-year judicial clerkship with Judge Bradley Maxa in the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division II.
Before attending law school, Cameron received a Fulbright Fellowship to teach political science at the Russian Armenian University in Yerevan, Armenia. Upon the completion of her Fulbright, she worked for two years assisting children detained by immigration authorities in South Texas.
Cameron is the Executive Committee Secretary & Legislative Research Coordinator for the WSBA Civil Rights Law Section.
- J.D., magna cum laude, University of California, Irvine School of Law, 2019
- UC Irvine Law Review, Senior Articles Editor
- B.A. in Politics, summa cum laude, Bates College, 2013
- Phi Beta Kappa