Cameron Ganong is a paralegal in our office, having interned with our firm in 2022. A graduate and valedictorian of Westfield State University in May 2023, he majored in Criminal Justice & Political Science with a Minor in Business Management (concentration in Law).

As an aficionado of activities like ultimate frisbee, bicycling, and swimming, we appreciate Cameron discussing his work in the legal field with us.

Q: What do you particularly enjoy about working at Marzulla Law?

A: The most enjoyable aspect of working at Marzulla Law is the people. When I arrive in the office, I feel as though I am surrounded by family. The boutique nature of our firm fosters an environment with heightened levels of collaboration and support. I am so grateful for this opportunity to learn from and work alongside top tier attorneys.

Q: What inspired you to pursue a career in law?

A: I was drawn to the legal field by my passion for helping other people. I enjoy working to ensure that our clients obtain the justice they deserve. Additionally, law is such a fascinating and complex field and I appreciate the opportunity to acquire new knowledge every day.

Q: Did any of your college coursework stand out? What appealed to you the most?

A: As part of the Honors Program at my University, I was tasked with completing a Senior Honors Project, where I undertook a year-long research project on a topic that I am passionate about. Throughout this project, I researched the detrimental effects of prosecutor misconduct and its role in wrongful convictions. I thoroughly enjoyed working on this project because I was able to shed light on some of the deficiencies within our justice system that have the potential to detrimentally, and unjustly, impact innocent peoples’ lives.