Dana Paulhus is an attorney with Cameron Firm, PC. Ms. Paulhus is proud to serve in this capacity as a Gold Star sister and the younger sister of a Navy veteran. She is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and before the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
Ms. Paulhus graduated from Duke University, earning a B.A. in Public Policy and certificates in Child and Family Policy as well as Markets and Management.
Upon graduation, she moved to Puerto Rico and worked for the federal court system for a year.
Ms. Paulhus then attended law school at Roger Williams University School of Law in Rhode Island, graduating magna cum laude and serving on the Law Review Board. There, she has served as an adjunct professor for the Veterans Disability Appeals Field Clinic for two years and has argued twice before the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
Before joining Cameron Firm, PC, Ms. Paulhus worked in Veterans Law at Chisholm Chisholm & Kilpatrick. Since 2016, she has represented hundreds of disabled veterans pursuing VA benefits. Ms. Paulhus has significant experience dealing with veterans’ issues, including mental health disabilities and unemployability claims.
Dana Paulhus brings her wealth of experience to Cameron Firm, PC, where she fights for the veterans who served this country and their families.