The Pro Bono Project is pleased to announce that we have brought on board Cameron Day, who will serve as the Program Manager of the Virtual Legal Services Program. One of his many roles is to oversee the development and implementation of our Virtual Pro Bono Clinics.
Cameron is an attorney who comes to the Pro Bono Project with legal experience in public and private practice having handled cases ranging from real property litigation, contractual disputes, employment law, non-profit representation, trust and probate petitions, and election law as well as having served as a prosecutor in Santa Clara County.
Prior to practicing law, he worked for the U.S. Congress as well as the Assembly of the State of California and he was a principal partner at a political consulting firm specializing in campaign compliance and reporting. Cameron graduated from Santa Clara University School of Law in 2009 and has extensive experience working as a Pro Bono attorney and an advocate for non-profits as a volunteer. He also is an experienced event planner and fundraiser. Cameron holds a B.A. degree in Classical Civilization from U.C.L.A. and an A.A. degree from De Anza College.