John G. Cameron, Jr., practices principally in the areas of real estate, construction, and general business law. He has written numerous
chapters and articles and, in addition to writing the two-volume Michigan Real Property Law: Principles and Commentary
(Michigan ICLE 3d ed) (often referred to as the “Bible” of Michigan real property law), is the author of the five-volume treatise Michigan Real Estate Forms & Practice (Aspen Publishers 1998) and A Practitioner’s Guide to Construction Law (ALI-ABA). Mr. Cameron was named one of 25 Michigan “Leaders in the Law” by Michigan Lawyers Weekly in February 2012. He was named Grand Rapids Best Lawyers Real Estate
Lawyer of the Year in 2009 and Construction Lawyer of the Year in 2012.
He is a real estate law advisor to ALI-CLE, and for six years served on
the National Board of Editors of The Practical Real Estate Lawyer.
He is also a member emeritus of the Michigan Land Title Standards
Committee. A former instructor of real estate law at Grand Valley State
University’s Seidman School of Business and at Grand Rapids Community
College, Mr. Cameron is an adjunct professor at the University of
Michigan Law School, where he teaches real estate transactions. Mr.
Cameron lectures frequently on real estate law, construction law, and
professional ethics for various organizations, including ALI-ABA and
Michigan ICLE. Mr. Cameron represents a wide range of clients in a
variety of matters.