Cameron Webster was born in San Diego, California, but spent his childhood in Madison Alabama. When Cameron was 10, he moved back to Southern California and spent the rest of his teen years in Cypress. He attended Cypress High School and was involved in basketball and music including the high school drumline.
Cameron attended the California State University of Long Beach where he majored in History and Pre-Law in preparation for law school. After graduation, Cameron moved back to familiar San Diego where he attended Thomas Jefferson School of Law. During this time Cameron interned for several different law firms but spent much of his law school time interning and working for the San Diego County Department of Child Support Services. In 2014, Cameron was nominated for the PSJD “Pro Bono Publico” award and in 2015, Cameron was named the San Diego County Volunteer of the Year for his time at the DCSS.
After graduation, Cameron came back to Orange County and began working with a large ticket defense firm alongside Ryan. He quickly began advocating for the people unfamiliar with the complications of the court system. Cameron spent years working in the Orange County Superior Court system defending thousands of traffic infractions, DUIs, and other misdemeanors.
In his free time Cameron continues to enjoy sports and playing instruments.