Daniel Cameron is an attorney with the Frost Brown Todd law firm. His practice expertise focuses on advising clients regarding government and public policy matters. Prior to joining Frost Brown Todd, the Kentucky native served in Washington, D.C., as legal counsel to the Majority Leader of the United States Senate, Mitch McConnell.
In his role as counsel for Senator McConnell, Daniel was responsible for ensuring the office’s compliance with the policies and procedures of the Senate Select Committee on Ethics and the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration. Daniel also handled a robust legislative portfolio, which required a deep understanding of the federal judiciary, law enforcement and criminal justice matters, patent and trademark issues, and Kentucky telecommunications and broadband access initiatives.
Daniel attended the University of Louisville, where he obtained his undergraduate degree in Political Science and was a member of the university’s football team. He then went on to the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville, where he was recognized as the Most Outstanding University Student and the Most Outstanding Law Student. He was also a member of the law review and president of the Student Bar Association. After graduating from law school, he clerked for the Honorable Gregory Van Tatenhove, U.S. District Court Judge for the Eastern District of Kentucky, for two years. Daniel then practiced law in Louisville for roughly two years before becoming counsel to Senator McConnell.