Mr. Cameron Banninga is an associate with Wick & Trautwein, LLC. He joined the firm in January 2018. Cameron's practice covers many areas of law, including family and domestic law, contract disputes, real estate law, landlord/tenant law, and general civil litigation.
Cameron grew up outside Portland, Oregon and moved to Fort Collins in 2004 to attend Colorado State University. He graduated with a major in Political Science and minor in History. After graduating, he moved to Jacksonville, Florida to attend Florida Coastal School of Law. He returned to northern Colorado in 2011 after graduation and has been practicing in Fort Collins ever since.
Cameron has a passion for kids and families. He coached youth basketball through the Fort Collins Youth Recreational program for two years while attending Colorado State University, and returned to coaching through that program in 2012. He also was a founding coach of the Windsor High School Mock Trial Team in 2017, and continues to coach the team. He believes that coaching is a great platform to teach kids the value of teamwork, compassion and respect. He is also a dedicated member and former President of the Windsor Optimist Club, which has a goal of helping youth in the community.
In his personal time, Cameron enjoys spending time with his amazing wife Marissa, their young daughter, and their adorable long-haired Dachschund, Sasha. He also enjoys watching Colorado State University athletics, playing basketball and golf, fishing, hiking and outdoor recreation activities.
Areas Of Practice
- Domestic Relations
- Civil Litigation
- Colorado, 2011
- Florida Coastal School of Law, Jacksonville, Florida
- J.D. - 2011
- Colorado State University
- B.A. - 2008
- Major: Political Science
Pro Bono Activities
- Larimer County Bar Association Pro Bono Chair, 2009 to 2015
- Larimer County Bar Association Access to Justice Committee Member