Cam Cutler

Cam’s legal practice is focused on commercial and business litigation. Prior to joining Marshall Olson & Hull, Cam worked as an associate at McKay, Burton & Thurman where he gained extensive experience representing both individuals and entities in a variety of employment and commercial matters. During law school, Cam gained valuable insight into the operation of our court systems while serving as a judicial intern to Chief Justice Matthew Durrant of the Utah Supreme Court and Magistrate Judge Dustin Pead of the United States District Court. Cam strives to use his legal experience and expertise to achieve positive and cost-effective results for his clients.

When outside of the office, Cam enjoys running, hiking with his wife and kids, and watching movies. Cam is an avid fan of the Chicago Cubs and Utah Jazz.

University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law–J.D. (2014)

  • High Honors
  • William H. Leary Scholar
  • Note and Comment Editor, Utah Law Review
  • Highest Course Grade in Commercial Law, Family Law, Religion and the First Amendment, and Sports Law
  • Outstanding Achievement Award in Legal Professions

Utah State University–B.S., Public Relations (2011)

  • Cum Laude
  • Outstanding Graduate in Public Relations
  • Media Relations Intern, Athletic Department


  • All Utah State and Federal Courts
  • All California State Courts
  • United States District Court, Northern District of California
  • United States District Court, Eastern District of California