Cameron Rhudy is a Sacramento-based attorney serving small creative businesses, cooperatives, and nonprofits in California. She is passionate about strengthening her community through providing affordable legal services to artists and cooperative and community-based small businesses. Cameron is also a staff attorney at the Sustainable Economies Law Center in Oakland, California.

Previously, she practiced health law as a legislative attorney for the Office of Legislative Counsel, during which she drafted legislation and navigated federal and state laws relating to, among other things, California’s Medicaid program (Medi-Cal), health and community care facilities, and various public social services programs. While a law student, she was an Anson Levitan Law Clerk with the San Diego Legal Aid Society, Inc., interned with the United States Attorney’s Office, Southern District of California, and externed with the Honorable Magistrate Judge Stormes. Cameron also volunteered with foster youth as a Court Appointed Special Advocate.

Cameron graduated cum laude from California Western School of Law in 2009. She received her undergraduate degree in Sociology from California State University, Northridge. She is a member of the California Bar Association and the American Bar Association.

Cameron has been a long-time dabbler in the arts, and when she is not practicing law she can be found letterpress printing and reading about design and the creative process. Cameron has also written about creativity and the practice of law as a 2014 Ms. JD Writer in Residence.