Cameron was admitted to the Faculty of Advocates in 2020. He called to the Bar as the Lord Reid Scholar.
He was elected as Vice-President of the Junior Bar Association in 2022.
Cameron practices in civil litigation. He is regularly instructed in all courts in Scotland in a wide variety of actions, principally in relation to reparation, where he acts for both pursuers and defenders. He has developed extensive experience defending cases involving dishonesty in insurance litigation, especially motor insurance fraud.
Cameron has a particular interest and insight into Group Proceedings under rules that came into force in Scotland July 2020. He is presently instructed by the Pursuer in Group Proceedings concerning substantial claims for personal injury brought on behalf of workers employed in tea estates in Kenya.
Cameron also has a solid track record in representing clients facing professional conduct proceedings and has been instructed on behalf of participants in Fatal Accident Inquiries. He has further represented an individual progressing an application to the European Court of Human Rights.
Between 2015-16, Cameron assisted defence teams representing individuals facing appellate proceedings before the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), a United Nations court of law dealing with war crimes arising during the conflicts in the Balkans in the 1990s. Cameron holds an LLM awarded by the University of Leiden in the Netherlands.
He has tutored in the Scots Law of Evidence and contributed to a chapter in Scots Commercial Law (Anderson, R.G (ed)) (2022, 2nd edn).
- Personal Injury
- Health And Safety Prosecutions
- Environmental Prosecutions
- Corporate Financial Prosecutions
- Professional Negligence
- Clinical Negligence
- Professional Discipline
- Fatal Accident Inquiries
- Contract And Commercial Litigation
- Public Law
- Public Inquiries
- Business Crime And Regulation
- Personal Injury