Cameron Hartquist

Cameron is a Paralegal  who provides legal and administrative support to the attorneys. She assists with filing and serving case documents, maintaining the calendar and all case deadlines, drafting legal documents for attorneys’ review, interviewing witnesses and obtaining sworn declarations, and coordinating remote court appearances, client meetings, and depositions.

Prior to joining the team at California Civil Rights Law Group, Cameron graduated cum laude and with departmental honors from the University of Oregon, where she majored in General Social Sciences with a concentration in Crime, Law, and Society, and double-minored in Legal Studies and Philosophy. She served as the Co-Director for the University of Oregon’s Organization Against Sexual Assault, worked as a Facilitator for the UO’s Sexual Violence Prevention and Education Program, and was an active member of the Undergraduate Law Association.

Cameron is a dedicated and passionate advocate for sexual assault and harassment survivors. In her spare time, she volunteers at San Quentin State Prison with the California Reentry Program. She also enjoys hiking with her dogs, cooking, and spending time at the beach with family and friends.