Cameron Merrill

Co-VP Legal

Merrill & McGeary

Cameron joined Merrill & McGeary as an Associate in August, 2012. His practices focus primarily on real estate litigation and transactions and all aspects of condominium law. Cameron oversees Merrill and McGeary’s Landlord Tenant practice and routinely defends individual clients and Condominium Associations in Municipal Code enforcement hearings. He has litigated and assisted in the litigation of cases in all levels of Massachusetts’ Courts.

Cameron graduated from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut with a B.A. in Philosophy with a concentration in Political Philosophy. While in college Cameron interned at Updike, Kelly & Spellacy, P.C. After college, Cameron attended New England Law Boston while working at the Law Offices of Robert Allen, Jr. in Brookline. Starting in 2009, Cameron worked as an Assistant District Attorney in the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office. In that position, Cameron prosecuted and assisted in the prosecution of a wide variety of cases from drug and gang related offenses to large scale white collar embezzlement in both the District and Superior Court levels. After 2 years in the Roxbury Division of the Boston Municipal Court, Cameron was promoted to Supervising Assistant District Attorney of the Brighton Division of the Boston Municipal Court.

Cameron served for 4 years as an elected Brookline Town Meeting Member before moving from Brookline to Boston. He continues to support Brookline’s civic associations and is active in several charitable and nonprofit institutions and Trinity College Alumni groups. Cameron is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, the Community Associations Institute, the Real Estate Bar Association of Massachusetts and the Trinity Club of Boston.