Natalie has been practicing law since 1999.  She is licensed in New York, Utah and Colorado.  Natalie is a 1994 graduate of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and a 1996 graduate of The Ohio State College of Law in Columbus, Ohio.  After law school, Natalie moved to Park City, Utah, where she has remained since 1998.  After working for various law firms and governmental agencies and after meeting Cameron in Vail, Colorado, Natalie and Cameron decided to open their own law firm and have never looked back. Natalie truly enjoys being able to help her clients in a small firm setting without the pressure of partners and hourly billing requirements. Natalie has served as Chairperson of the Board and is currently a member of the Advisory Committee for the Peace House, a nonprofit dedicated to helping women and children who are victims of domestic violence.  She also helped create and continues to foster Mountain Mediation Center (, a low-cost mediation program in Summit County, Utah.  In her free time, Natalie can be found skiing or biking with Cameron or hiking their Great Pyrenees, Samson and Malamute mix, Frankie.



Cameron has lived most of his adult life in Vail, Colorado.  He is licensed to practice law in Utah and Colorado.  Cameron obtained his undergraduate degree from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut and his law degree from University of Denver.  Prior to law school, Cameron worked on Wall Street for the Bank of New York and a hedge fund. Cameron's ability to quickly analyze problems and to think fast on his feet have made him a success in and out of the courtroom. Cameron currently advises Wasatch Backcountry Rescue, a nonprofit organization in Utah that trains avalanche dogs and offers collaborated rescue when an accident occurs.  Cameron is a professional heli-ski guide and in the winter, he guides for Park City Powder Cats (, Powderbird (, Cloudveil Mountain Heli ( and SEABA in Haines, Alaska ( Cameron is also an avalanche educator with American Avalanche Institute ( When not practicing law, Cameron can be found in the backcountry--skiing and mountain biking.