Camrin joined Perkins Thompson in 2023 and is an associate in the firm’s Employment Law, Business and Corporate Law, and Litigation practice groups. Camrin enjoys solving challenging and nuanced issues, especially those involving labor and employment disputes. Camrin also enjoys working on employment immigration matters, where he helps obtain and maintain status for the employees of U.S. employers.
Prior to joining Perkins Thompson, Camrin clerked for the Hon. Rick E. Lawrence on the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. Camrin graduated Cum Laude from the University of Maine School of Law and was the Immigration Fellow for his class. Upon graduation, he received the Scholastic Achievement Award for Immigration Law, the Student Bar Association Community Impact Award, the Pro Bono Publico Award, and the Clinical Legal Education Association Outstanding Clinic Student Award for his extensive work in the Refugee and Human Rights Clinic advocating for asylum seekers and special immigrant juveniles. Camrin also served as a Comment and Case Note Editor for the Maine Law Review, and his comment addressing the United States’ immigration policies regarding the citizenship rights of children born to same-sex parents using foreign surrogacy was selected for publication in the Maine Law Review journal.
Prior to attending law school, Camrin worked as a research associate developing rapid molecular diagnostic tests for infectious diseases. Camrin decided to pursue his J.D. so that he could have a more direct and positive impact on individual’s lives. In his free time, Camrin enjoys cooking, mountain biking, and cross‑country skiing with his husband and hound-dog.
- Writing an Employee Handbook: A Business Tool that Should be Taken Seriously
- Maine Paid Family and Medical Leave: How Maine Businesses Should Prepare for 2025 and Beyond
Publications / Seminars
- Member, Maine State Bar Association, BIPOC Lawyers Section
- Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association