Cameron Day


Prior to joining Pratt & Associates, Cameron served as a prosecutor for the County of Santa Clara and was an associate attorney at a boutique real estate law firm focusing on real property litigation and commercial leasing.

Before becoming a lawyer, Cameron worked for the U.S. Congress in the House of Representatives as well as the California state Assembly. He was also a principal owner of a political consulting firm specializing in campaign compliance and reporting.

Cameron’s practice areas include real property litigation, community association disputes and advice (for both associations and homeowner), landlord/tenant disputes, and neighbor disputes, among others. In these practice areas, Cameron has advocated on matters involving boundary and easement disputes, real property transactions, fraud including failure to perform and non-disclosure, HOA matters ranging from drafting of governing documents to litigating, commercial leasing, business organization, contract drafting and litigation, and restraining orders and injunctions. Cameron has In addition to his civil practice, Cameron also serves as the Supervising Attorney and Program Manager of the Virtual Legal Services Program at the Pro Bono Project Silicon Valley where he established and oversees virtual advice clinics across Santa Clara County including locations at the Santa Clara County Bar Association, the Family Justice Center, Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence, and several libraries. Topics covered at the Virtual Advice Clinics include restraining orders (Both DVRO and civil harassment), family law, civil law, consumer protection, and many others issue areas as needed in the target communities.

Cameron graduated from Santa Clara University School of Law in 2009 where he was an Emory Merit Scholar in 2006/2007, was awarded “Best Oralist” and “Best Advocate” in 2008, earned a “Bronze Star” for his pro bono dedication in 2009, and was selected to represent the law school in Elite Honors Moot Court (External) at the American Constitution Society’s Constance Baker Motley First Amendment Competition where he was a national quarterfinalist. In addition to his J.D. from Santa Clara University School of Law, Cameron also holds a B.A. degree in Classics from U.C.L.A. and an A.A. degree (summa cum laude) from De Anza College.

State Bar of California
Santa Clara County Bar Association, Real Property Section
American Bar Association

Speaking Engagements
Developing Virtual Services Programs; California Bar Association’s California Commission on Access to Justice, July 28, 2015
Expanding Services Through Library Partnerships and Videoconferencing, June 10, 2015, California Bar Association’s Pathways to Justice Conference
Expanding Services Through Library Partnerships and Videoconferencing, May 9, 2015, A.B.A. Equal Justice Conference
Using Technology and Social Media to Change the World, March 21, 2015, Society of American Law
Teachers (S.A.L.T.), and S.C.U. Law’s Grillo Retreat

Notable Publications
Neighboring Trees: An Overview of the Law and Law Remedies in California, ECHO Journal, January/February 2017
Fines, Fees and HOA Liens: The Difference Between Fines and Fees when Collecting Under a Lien; ECHO Journal, November/December 2016
Legislative Update (2018, Pratt & Associates Roundtable)
Can You See Me Now? – Bringing Technology to the World of Pro Bono, Van Dang, Cameron Day, Sandra Madrigal, Priyanka Desai, and David Lee, Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal, 2014, Vol. 40, Page 137
Pro Bono Legal Services Playbook, Cameron Day, Dain Sung, Caitlin Marie Stanley, July 2015, Pro Bono Project Silicon Valley

Cameron Day

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