Christina Cameron has 28 years of local government experience in both the legislative and legal fields. She has focused much of her practice around governmental ethics (including conflicts of interest under the Political Reform Act and Government Code section 1090) campaign and economic disclosure laws, Brown Act and Public Records Act compliance. She serves as general counsel to the San Diego Ethics Commission providing advisory, administrative enforcement and litigation services and regularly trains local agencies and officials in governmental ethics laws.
Ms. Cameron serves as legal counsel to the Third Avenue Association in Chula Vista, the San Diego Workforce Partnership as well as several private non-profit and for-profit entities, and assists officials in their compliance with state and federal disclosure laws.
Christina’s litigation practice is focused on the defense of public entities including writs of mandate and defense of challenges to related to administrative enforcement actions. She also defends public entities in contract matters, CEQA challenges, and public works litigation.
Christina resides in Scripps Ranch with her husband, Ian and three dogs. Ian and Chris have a son and daughter who are graduate students in Boston, MA and Davis, CA. Chris enjoys running, biking, skiing and travel.
- Public Entity
- Government Ethics
- Municipal Law
- Government Relations
- Business and Corporate Law
- Non-Profit Law
- Land Use
- Real Estate
- Public Works
- California Western School of Law, J.D., 2008
- University of California, San Diego, B.A., 1988
- Member, San Diego Defense Lawyers
- Member, San Diego County Bar Association
- Member, Council of Governmental Ethics Laws
- How Citizens United Affects State and Local Government (MCLE Self Study Article) Public Law Journal, California Bar Association, Vol. 34, No. 4, Fall 2010.