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Cameron Saenz


Cameron Saenz



Land Use
Real Estate
Municipal Law
Economic Development
Municipal Court Prosecution


Much of Cameron’s practice focuses on development in North Texas cities, including land use, public infrastructure, annexation, economic development, public financing, and real estate matters. He assists with all day-to-day city operations matters and enjoys working with cities on many different types of issues and areas of law for the betterment of their communities.


Cameron graduated from the University of Texas at Austin where he received a B.A. in Economics and a B.S. in Radio-Television-Film. He then crossed the rivalry line and earned a J.D. from Texas A&M School of Law in 2020. While in law school, Cameron served as the Symposia Editor for the Texas A&M Journal of Property Law and had his article published on the intersection of disability law and commercial real estate law.


  • State Bar of Texas – Government Law Section


  • R. Cameron Saenz, Enforcing the ADA and Stopping Serial Litigants: How the Commercial Real Estate Industry Can Play This Key Role, 6 TEX. A&M J. PROP. L. 171 (2020). available here
  • The Fundamentals of Zoning


Cameron grew up in Frisco, TX before going to school in Austin and Fort Worth. He met his wife in his first year of law school, and three years later, they received passing Bar exam scores on the day of their wedding. He loves having lived all over Texas, and makes sure to visit old and new places frequently with his wife and their two dogs.