Bubba Cromer

Born in Columbia, South Carolina on April 19, 1963, James L. Mann Cromer graduated from Dreher High School in 1981, where he served as Student Body President. Like his father and grandfather before him, “Bubba” went to Clemson and graduated in 1985 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English, with minors in French and Communications in Marketing. After Clemson, Bubba attended the University of South Carolina School of Law where he had the distinct honor of serving as Chief Justice of the Moot Court Bar. Bubba received his Juris Doctor in 1988 and has passed the Bar Exam and is admitted to practice in South Carolina, California and the District of Columbia. Bubba is admitted to all relevant Federal, District and Appellate Courts and founded Cromer Law Offices, LLC in 1998. For a detailed background, Extensive Summary of Work experience and numerous recommendations, please go to Bubba’s LinkedIn site today or learn more about Bubba on his SC Statehouse Bio.

Ann Vaiden

Ann Vaiden has over forty years’ experience in the areas of education, law enforcement, business and marketing, legal and medical services and serves as the receptionist for Cromer Law Offices, LLC. Ann will see that your call is directed to the right person or that a message is taken with care and given to the appropriate staff member to handle your issue. Your call will be handled with respect, professionalism, and with your privacy as a primary concern. Don’t hesitate to call our office to see if we can assist you.


Cammie Campbell is a native and lifelong resident of Lower Richland County, South Carolina. Cammie graduated form Dreher High School in 1992 and from Midlands Technical College’s Paralegal Program in 1996, where she finished with Top Honors.

Cammie worked with the Bird Law Firm for four years before becoming the Senior Estate Clerk for the Richland County Probate Court where she also served as the Director of Commitment Division for Mental Health Court. While employed in this high-level position with the Probate Court, Cammie handled small and complex estates; guardianships and conservatorships; oversaw commitments for mental health treatment and drug and alcohol addiction treatment; and worked closely with Judges to ensure accurate scheduling of hearings and compliance with orders. Her extensive background in Probate Court has made Cammie an invaluable asset to Cromer Law Offices, LLC. where she has been employed since 2005. Cammie and her husband Freddie are the proud parents of five children and they reside in Lower Richland County.