Kameron Melton works out of Woods Rogers’ Roanoke office as a member of the Cybersecurity & Data PrivacyLabor & Employment and Litigation practice groups.

Kameron began her career at Woods Rogers as a summer associate in 2017 and joined the firm as an associate in 2018 after completing judicial internships with the Honorable Justice Cleo F. Powell, Supreme Court of Virginia and the Office of Chief Staff Attorney of the Supreme Court of Virginia.

While at the College of William and Mary, Kameron served as a President’s Aide, a student advisory board member to the President of the college) and Secretary of the class of 2015. In law school, she also served as the Student Bar Association Community Service Chair and was a student advisory board member to the Dean of the law school as a Dean’s Associate. In addition, Kameron represented underserved students with disabilities through the Special Education Advocacy Clinic (PELE).

In 2017, Kameron was honored to receive the Dr. Perneller Chubb-Wilson Award from the Roanoke Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.

In her spare time, she enjoys concerts and festivals at Elmwood Park in Roanoke and attends football games and live dance performances as often as possible.

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Speaking Engagements

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

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