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Cameron D. Scott



Practice Areas:
General Civil Litigation, Landlord tenant, Foreclosure, Guardianship and Incompetency


BA Double Major in Psychology and Philosophy and Religion from University of NC Wilmington.  JD Mississippi College School of Law.


Bar and Court Admissions:
NC Bar. Licensed to practice in Western, Middle, and Eastern District Federal Court of NC


Professional Involvement:
Mecklenburg County Bar CLE committee. Real Property Section and Young Lawyers Division


Why I am the best candidate for open judicial position:

     I have lived in Charlotte almost my entire life and I am dedicated to this community and the people thereof. For almost five years I served the people of Mecklenburg County as an Assistant Clerk of Court where I was the presiding judicial official in a number of different areas including but not limited to foreclosures, adoptions, incompetencies, claim and delivery actions, prejudgment attachments, post judgment procedures and matters involving estates.


     Most importantly I believe that I am best candidate for this seat because of my steadfast commitment to follow the law as it is written and to treat each person that appears before me with respect and dignity they deserve. If you ask any attorney which has appeared before me you will find that I have made fair and consistent rulings in the past. Thank you and I look forward to serving this great county



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