Kameron Whitmeyer was raised in Lafayette, Louisiana and is a proud graduate of Lafayette High School. After graduating from Tulane University with a degree in Political Science in 2013, Kameron spent two years serving in the Phoenix Corps of Teach for America. Kameron returned to his hometown in 2015 and spent a year working as a legal assistant to Attorneys Marc W. Judice and Daniel C. Palmintier at Judice & Adley law firm. These early lessons on best practices in a legal career were formative for Kameron, and he carries them with him to this day.
After enrolling at LSU Law in 2016, Kameron was chosen to serve as a legal intern for Louisiana Sea Grant – a division of the federal environmental program governed by NOAA. This work involved researching legal issues surrounding the preservation and restoration of Louisiana’s coast, as well as educating the public on environmental issues facing Louisiana’s wetlands and coastal communities. During his 2L year, Kameron served as a student attorney for LSU’s Immigration Law Clinic. Handling everything from drafting naturalization forms to providing legal advice to Green Card applicants at free clinics, this semester-long placement culminated with an asylum candidate client Kameron represented being granted their asylum status.
Originally hired as a summer associate while still in law school, Kameron has been with Scott Vicknair since 2018. Kameron’s practice at Scott Vicknair is primarily working in the firm’s Estate Planning and Succession Litigation practice group. He is licensed to practice in Louisiana and a member of the Louisiana Bar Association. Kameron harbors a passion for improving the lives of Louisiana’s citizens and is happy to provide an important service to families in need through his estate planning and succession work.