Cameron Norris is a partner at Consovoy McCarthy, where he assists clients with a variety of trial and appellate matters, especially novel questions of constitutional law, tax law, and election law.

In 2020, as an associate, he argued the case of CIC Services v. IRS in the United States Supreme Court, obtaining a unanimous decision on behalf of his client reversing the decision below. Mr. Norris has also represented the Republican National Committee, numerous States, and the former President of the United States in complex constitutional cases. He has argued in multiple federal trial and appellate courts. Mr. Norris argued for Students For Fair Admissions in the Harvard case.