Cameron Kuhlman is an experienced civil litigator with demonstrated success in cases involving law enforcement misconduct, employment discrimination, and detainees' rights. Mr. Kuhlman has represented clients who were injured by law enforcement officers, denied healthcare while detained, or faced discrimination in the workplace. Mr. Kuhlman's practice also includes catastrophic injury, civil liberties, and small business advice. Mr. Kuhlman has successfully opposed dispositive motions that raised complex qualified immunity and abstention issues; obtained discovery withheld on the basis of inapplicable state law privileges; and secured plaintiff's forum of choice by defeating improper removal.
Mr. Kuhlman is admitted to practice before the United States District Courts for the Southern, Middle, and Northern Districts of Georgia. Mr. Kuhlman is also admitted to practice before the trial and appellate courts of the State of Georgia including the Georgia Supreme Court.
Mr. Kuhlman received his undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where he studied political science and sociology. Mr. Kuhlman received the John E. Ryan Merit Scholarship to attend Savannah Law School, where he graduated third in his class, Order of the Oak. While in law school, Mr. Kuhlman served as Senior Articles Editor of the school's flagship journal, argued as a member of the Moot Court Honors Board, worked as a Research Assistant to Professor Caprice Roberts, and received the CALI Award for highest grade in Contracts, Torts, and Federal Courts. Mr. Kuhlman and his wife, Ashley Escott Odom, are raising two daughters by the sea. They are members of Wesley Monumental United Methodist Church.
Savannah Law School J.D., cum laude, Order of the Oak
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga B.S., Political Science, American Studies, Sociology Minor
Admissions & Memberships
State of Georgia U.S. District Courts for the Southern District of Georgia, Middle District of Georgia, and Northern District of Georgia Supreme Court of Georgia Georgia Court of Appeals American Bar Association State Bar of Georgia Savannah Bar
Represented terminated employee in EEOC investigation and at mediation. Successfully litigated ADA (Title II) claim against national passenger railroad operator. Represented arrestee who was denied constitutionally adequate medical care while awaiting trial. Successfully defeated qualified immunity at summary judgment on behalf of arrestee who was assaulted by law enforcement officers.