Cameron E. Buhl
Executive Director & Managing Attorney
Cameron graduated cum laude from Seattle University School of Law. While in law school, Cameron represented incarcerated parents in child welfare cases in the Incarcerated Parents Advocacy Clinic. Prior to his co-founding Infinitum Legal Counsel, Cameron worked on appeals for plaintiffs in workers compensation, social security disability, and personal injury cases at a civil litigation firm in Tacoma.
Cameron co-founded Infinitum Legal Counsel with the goal of providing committed and client-centered advocacy and making access to justice possible for moderate means, low-income, and marginalized communities. Cameron's practice areas include family defense (representing parents and children in the child welfare system), divorce/child custody, and estate planning. Cameron is the Chair of the Pierce County Juvenile Court Liaison Committee, he sits on the Coalition for the Children of the Incarcerated, Coalition for Trans Prisoners, and volunteers at a child welfare (dependency) clinic at the Washington Corrections Center for Women at Purdy.
Dennice M. Bryant
Senior Associate Attorney
Dennice has been with Infinitum Legal Counsel since 2019. While in law school, Dennice was a Fellow with the Access to Justice Institute and served on the Social Justice Leadership Committee. She also interned with Seattle University School of Law's Youth Advocacy Clinic and the Seattle Clemency Project. Dennice's practice areas include child welfare defense and family law.
Bio coming soon.
Our Board Members
Brianna Johnston-Hanks, President
Pax Legal, PLLC
Amy Wilburn, Board Secretary
Law Office of Amy Wilburn
Before falling in love with the law, Amy was a French teacher for grades 7-12. She loved helping her students understand the complexities and the beauty of the language, and was encouraged by their success. In 2009, Amy transitioned to working for a bankruptcy attorney and right away, she knew she had found her calling. While working as a bankruptcy paralegal and raising her two young children, she attended Seattle University School of Law, and earned her degree in 2014. She opened her own firm right away, eager to serve clients and guide them through the rocky waters of bankruptcy.