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Our Attorneys

Cameron E. Buhl 

Executive Managing Director & 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 at a civil litigation firm in Tacoma that represents plaintiffs in workers compensation, social security disability, and personal injury cases.

 

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 mainly practices in the areas of family law, child welfare (dependency) defense and child representation, and estate planning. Cameron sits on the Coalition for the Children of the Incarcerated, Coalition for Trans Prisoners, and volunteers at a dependency clinic at the Washington Corrections Center for Women at Purdy. In his spare time, Cameron enjoys scuba diving, gardening and spending time with his family.

Erin E. Lecocq

Executive Financial Director, Of Counsel

Erin graduated cum laude from Seattle University School of Law in 2015. During law school, she represented incarcerated parents in child welfare cases in the Incarcerated Parents Advocacy Clinic. She externed with Justice Mary Yu at the Washington State Supreme Court during her final semester at Seattle University. Prior to co-founding Infinitum Legal Counsel, Erin worked at a firm in Seattle that represents clients in employment, criminal, and personal injury cases. 

 

Erin's work in the Incarcerated Parents Advocacy Clinic helped her develop a passion for dependency work for incarcerated parents and led to her volunteering at the clinic through her final year of law school and even after graduation. Erin mainly practices in the areas of child welfare defense representing both parents and children, select family law cases, and select employment law cases.  She speaks fluent French, and in her spare time, enjoys crocheting and watching Psych. 

Our Board Members 

Brianna Johnston-Hanks

Attorney, Brumley & Hull, PLLC