Cameron (Cam) Bordner received his B.A. from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, and conducted his post-graduate studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder. During his time in Boulder, Cam was a professional ski patroller at Eldora Mountain Resort and competitive telemark skier in the Rocky Mountain Telemark Series, as well as a regular backcountry adventurer, rock climber and mountain biker. While a pro patroller at Eldora, Cam was the head of the mountain safety and accident investigation teams and he later became a risk consultant to ski resorts and other recreation providers across the U.S. for a major insurance company. Eventually, Cam moved from Colorado to Truckee, California, and accepted the position of Director of Risk Management at Heavenly Ski Resort. Cam earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law and began practicing ski resort/sports and recreation defense here in Tahoe. Contact Cam and read his full bio here.
Keenan Hawkins grew up on the outskirts of Rochester, New York. He attended Union College, in Schenectady, New York, from 2003-2007, and frequented the Dean’s List. After college, Keenan attended Vermont Law School, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude while participating in the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law and Moot Court. Keenan is a licensed attorney in both California and Nevada. Keenan attributes his ability to quickly understand, assess, and assist with a diverse spectrum of legal problems to his varied background and experience. At MOBO, Keenan focuses his practice on business, real estate, and construction law, and he also supports MOBO’s litigation practice group. Contact Keenan and read his full bio here.
Robin Shofner loves argumentation and debate and also enjoys providing compassionate service to her clients. Prior to joining MOBO, Robin was an attorney for a law firm in Folsom, California, where she practiced real estate litigation, civil litigation, and bankruptcy. Robin graduated from UC Davis with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Sociology, and received her Juris Doctorate from UCLA School of Law. During her time at UCLA, Robin co-founded the UCLA Chapter of the National Women Law Students' Organization. Robin also spent a semester as a judicial extern for the Honorable Dean D. Pregerson in the Central District of California. At MOBO, Robin focuses her practice on real estate litigation, including foreclosure defense, civil litigation, and bankruptcy Contact Robin and read her full bio here.