Ryan H. Easley Research FellowPhone: (410) 706-5956
Cameron Connah graduated magna cum laude from the University of Maryland Carey School of Law in May 2013 and was admitted to the Maryland State Bar in December 2013. Mr. Connah graduated cum laude from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts in History. Between college and law school, Cameron worked as an environmental consultant and as a paralegal at a Social Security Disability law practice. While in law school, Cameron served as a law clerk for elder law attorney Jason Frank, a student attorney at the National Association of the Deaf, and as an Asper Fellow at the Maryland Disability Law Center. As a Ryan H. Easley Research Fellow, he currently provides scholarly support to professors at Maryland Carey Law. Cameron is especially interested in disability rights and hopes to soon practice and publish in that field.