Kameron Simmons is a member of the firm’s Transportation, Infrastructure & Local Government Public Policy Practice. Prior to joining the firm, Kam was selected through a competitive process to participate in the firm’s public policy intern program and assisted attorneys and senior policy professionals with legislative and regulatory research, as well as hearing and event coverage and reports. In addition, Kam participated in advocacy efforts for the passage of the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act and sexual assault legislations on Capitol Hill.
Kam’s prior policy experience also includes interning for US Congressman Rob Bishop (Utah), where he focused on legislative research, legislation monitoring, hearing coverage, briefings preparations and constituent correspondence; US Senator Orrin Hatch (Utah), where he worked on healthcare issues; and internships at the American Security Project and the Republican National Committee.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kameron Simmons