Cameron Toshio Holm was raised in Kailua and graduated from Hawaii Baptist Academy. He spent his first two years of college at Southern Methodist University before transferring to the University of Washington where he earned his Bachelor’s degree. Cameron played Division 1 collegiate soccer for both universities.
While attending the William S. Richardson School of Law, Cameron was a Staff Writer for the Hawaii Law Review, a Legal Research Assistant for the Hawaii Innocence Project, and competed in regional and national mock trial competitions. After graduating from law school, he served as a law clerk for the Honorable Rom A. Trader in the First Circuit Court of the State of Hawaii before joining the State of Hawaii Office of the Public Defender.
In 2019, Cameron joined the Law Office of Alen M. Kaneshiro. Cameron has significant experience in successfully representing clients in trials before judges and juries.