Cameron Woodward joined Mayo |Hill in June of 2021 and has spent the last two and a half years building his practice and creating a “new way” to approach his cases.
After graduating from the University of Georgia with a degree in Political Science, Cameron was accepted to and attended University of Alabama School of Law. Upon graduation, he returned to Georgia and was admitted to the Georgia Bar in February 2010.
Cameron spent four years working for a bankruptcy firm before opening his own firm in his hometown of Madison, Georgia. After five years of owning his own firm, Cameron joined a larger personal injury firm based out of Savannah. After his time with the larger firm, Cameron was interested in working at a firm where he could devote more time to his clients. He found Mayo | Hill to be a firm that would allow him to do just that and joined the team in June 2021.
Being accessible and approachable are important to Cameron. Because of this, he handles the initial intake meetings with all potential clients himself. When a new file is presented to him, he schedules and facilitates an in-person meeting to meet and review the case. He also takes this opportunity to educate the client on what they can expect at each stage of the legal process. This is a critical piece of the puzzle, according to Cameron, and something he’s been able to do more of since joining Mayo | Hill.
In addition to meeting with his clients, Cameron also prides himself on “turning over every stone and establishing all the facts” of his cases. Conducting extensive research is imperative, and Cameron is more than willing to take the time needed to do so. As a result, he has seen great success and has been able to get favorable results for his clients. “We’re not a surface-level law firm,” Cameron said. “We are happy to help anyone who’s had a bad day, but we thrive on helping people who have had the worst of days.”
Cameron summed up his approach and the essence of Mayo | Hill as a whole: “We’re here to create a partnership of trust with our clients.”
(This blog is part one in a two-part series. In the next entry, Cameron will discuss the benefits of being a “21st Century Law Firm.”)