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THE 2022 LAVENDER LAW®
CONFERENCE & CAREER FAIR
Los Angeles, California
July 27-29, 2022
Lucas Cameron-Vaughn is an attorney who has litigated both civil and criminal matters in state and federal courts. Lucas is currently serving as the managing attorney for the Chancery Court of Tennessee for the Thirtieth Judicial District at Memphis where he works with judges to ensure the constitutional operation of three of the civil trial courts of equity and supervises the staff attorneys. Prior to working with the courts, Lucas represented clients in civil rights matters and defended people charged with federal crimes. Lucas was a juvenile justice & health law and policy fellow when he investigated and pursued civil impact litigation regarding various constitutional protections for children charged with crimes as adults and held in solitary confinement in adult state prisons prior to trial, resulting in legislative enactment of 2018 Tenn. Pub. Acts No. 1045, which made conditions safer for children in custody in Tennessee. While in law school, Lucas completed a year-long AUCD fellowship in health law policy and disability rights law with University of Tennessee Medical School’s Boling Center for Developmental Disabilities and Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. He also completed summer externships at the American Civil Liberties Union of Tennessee and Transgender Law Center in Oakland, California.
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