- Elected by Court of Appeals Judges
- Member since December 14, 2022
- Current term expires December 31, 2024
Judge Thomas C. Cameron was appointed to the Michigan Court of Appeals in 2017, and previously served as a judge on the Wayne County Circuit Court bench from 2014 until his appointment to the Court of Appeals.
Previously, Judge Cameron worked for the Michigan Department of Attorney General where he managed several large civil and criminal divisions for the Attorney General, including the Civil Rights Division, Corrections Division, Criminal Division, Alcohol and Gambling Division, and several other divisions. Before serving as a senior manager, he litigated high-profile public corruption and cold case homicides for the Attorney General’s Office.
Judge Cameron serves on several commissions, boards, and associations, including the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission, the Michigan Judges Association, the Michigan Chapter of the Federalist Society, and the Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association. He is a former board member of the Michigan Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention and Treatment Board and the former Chairman of the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards.
Judge Cameron also serves as an adjunct professor where he teaches constitutional law and criminal law and procedure.