Tueth Keeney is pleased to announce that Kameron W. Murphy has joined the Firm as an associate. Kameron earned his J.D. at the University of Missouri in 2006, where he was a member of the Missouri Law Review and also obtained his M.B.A. Kameron also received his undergraduate degrees in Spanish and Magazine Journalism from Mizzou.
Kameron previously practiced in commercial litigation for a well-respected mid-sized St. Louis firm and has extensive experience in all phases of litigation in Missouri and Illinois state and federal courts. While in law school, Kameron was a student law clerk to then-Chief Justice Ronnie L. White of the Missouri Supreme Court. Prior to beginning his legal career, Kameron was a newspaper reporter covering public safety for the Burlington (Iowa) Hawk Eye and municipal government and education for the Kansas City Star.
Kameron is a member of the Illinois and Missouri bars and is admitted to practice in numerous Illinois and Missouri federal courts. Kameron will be based primarily in the Illinois office, and will practice in the areas of Education Law and Labor & Employment. In addition to his legal practice, Kameron is active in the community and serves on multiple non-profit boards.