Cameron Kline is an Associate in Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP's Atlanta office and practices in the firm’s Government Law, Construction Law, and Professional Liability Practice. Mr. Kline’s government law practice focuses on representing local governments at the trial and appellate levels in cases involving zoning and land use, eminent domain, constitutional law, and environmental law. While his construction law practice involves counseling owners, developers, architects, engineers, builders, construction product manufacturers, and sureties on a wide array of matters.
Prior to joining Freeman Mathis & Gary, Mr. Kline previously served on Governor Brian P. Kemp’s staff as a member of the legal team. While on Governor Kemp’s staff, Mr. Kline advised the Office of the Governor on pending legislation, proposed policy agendas, and general legal matters. Additionally, Mr. Kline also has previous experience guiding private property owners through the complex administrative procedures for local zoning and land use matters at the county and municipal levels. In addition to his experience with administrative procedures, he also has experience representing clients in land use and zoning litigation at both the trial and appellate levels.
Mr. Kline graduated from Georgia College and State University where he majored in History and minored in Political Science. He then went on to graduate from Georgia State University College of Law where he earned a Certificate in Environmental and Land Use Law. During law school, Mr. Kline served as an Urban Fellow in the Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth, participated in the school’s moot court program, and served as a Pupil in the Bleckley Inn of Court during his third year.
In his spare time, Cameron enjoys playing golf, rooting for all his favorite Georgia teams, and spending time with his wife and young son.