Kameron Melton is a member of Woods Rogers’ Labor & Employment and Cybersecurity & Data Privacy practice groups. She focuses on guiding her clients through complicated personnel matters and defending clients in federal and state courts.

Through counsel and training, Kameron helps managers and HR professionals understand and comply with federal and state labor and employment laws, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Title VII, the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), and the Virginia Human Rights Act. In addition to her training sessions, Kameron often reviews or creates employee handbooks and policies that address her clients’ unique workplace.

Because data security is a top concern for many clients, Kameron also offers guidance on managing cybersecurity incidents discretely and efficiently. To lower the risk of such incidents, she drafts policies to encourage cyber-resiliency in the workplace. Kameron also represents clients in trust and estate litigation proceedings.

Building better workplaces through training is particularly important to Kameron. She enjoys speaking to audiences about preventing harassment, workplace discrimination, and data privacy law obligations. She has spoken at conferences and workplaces across Virginia, including Woods Rogers’ annual Labor and Employment Seminar series.

Kameron joined Woods Rogers as an associate after completing judicial internships with the Honorable Justice Cleo E. Powell, Supreme Court of Virginia, and the Office of Chief Staff Attorney of the Supreme Court of Virginia.

In the community, Kameron passionately mentors and advocates for youth by coaching cheerleading at Lucy Addison Middle School and serving as a board member for the United Way of Roanoke Valley and Children’s Trust of the Roanoke Valley. As part of the leadership team of the Urban Arts Project, she serves an organization dedicated to effecting meaningful change through inclusive art projects. In 2017, the Roanoke Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference honored Kameron with the Dr. Perneller Chubb-Wilson Award for Justice.


Children’s Trust of the Roanoke Valley

Old Dominion Bar Association 

Southern Christian Leadership Conference

United Way of the Roanoke Valley

Urban Arts Project

Virginia Bar Association

Featured Posts

Speaking Engagements

United Way Roanoke Valley Smart Beginnings | COVID-19 Legal Update | March 17, 2021

Sisters of Change | 2021 C.R.O.W.N. Conference | Releasing and Dismantling ‘Otherness:’ Understanding Bias and Embracing Inclusion | March 6, 2021

Tennessee Credit Union League | COVID-19 in 2021: Legal Updates | January 21, 2021

Kentucky Credit Union League | Q&A: COVID-19 in 2021 | January 14, 2021

Lynchburg Bar Association | Virginia’s New Employment Law Landscape | November 9, 2020

Richmond SHRM | Virginia’s New Employment Laws | November 12, 2020

International Public Management Association for Human Resources - Virginia Chapter | Employee Leave Under FFCRA & 6 Steps to Take if an Employee Tests Positive | June 18, 2020

Richmond SHRM | HR on Mock Trial: Romance Gone Wrong (Allegedly) | September 19, 2019

Shenandoah Valley SHRM | 2019 Virginia Legal Forum: Ask the Experts: A Workforce Q&A with Employment Law Experts | September 18, 2019

Virginia Cyber Range's 2nd Annual Va. Cybersecurity Education Conference | Panel: Cybersecurity Workforce Training: The Next Frontier | August 13, 2019

International Public Management Association for HR – Virginia Chapter | Discrimination & Harassment in the #MeToo Era | March 12, 2019

VACUL Tidewater Chapter | Harassment, Bullying, and Other Workplace Issues | March 16, 2019

Virginia Employment Commission | FMLA, ADA, Workers’ Compensation in the Workplace | October 30, 2018

Richmond SHRM | HR on (Mock) Trial: Racial Discrimination | September 20, 2018


HR LifeLine: 2020 Labor & Employment Webinar Series | Every Thursday in October

2019 Labor and Employment Seminar Series | October 2 - November 5

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