2011 grad Daniel Cameron takes on new roles at Frost Brown Todd
2011 Brandeis Law graduate Daniel Cameron, who served as legal counsel to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell since March 2015, has been hired as a principal of CivicPoint, Frost Brown Todd’s full-service public affairs subsidiary. He will also serve as a senior associate in FBT’s Litigation Department.
In Washington, D.C., Cameron was responsible for compliance and procedures promulgated by the Senate Select Committee on Rules and Administration, according to a news release. He handled an extensive legislative portfolio, including matters pertaining to the federal judiciary, law enforcement and criminal justice, patent and trademark issues, as well as telecommunications and broadband access.
Prior to his appointment with Sen. McConnell, Cameron served in private law practice and as clerk to the Hon. Gregory F. Van Tatenhove at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky.
CivicPoint helps businesses, trade associations and other organizations navigate the public policy process effectively in Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee and West Virginia. CivicPoint provides all aspects of government relations, from launching major initiatives to procurement and executive branch lobbying, to strategic public affairs counsel.