Date of Admission: 1998
Tel: +61 2 9223 0925
Fax: +61 2 9231 3320
Areas of Practice
Administrative Law (All State and Federal Courts and Tribunals)
Inquests & Commissions of Inquiry
BA, Macquarie, LLB Sydney
Cameron graduated from Macquarie University in Arts, winning the final year English prize. He then studied law at Sydney University, where he was a student member of the editorial board of the Sydney Law Review, before completing his LLB in 1996.
At the Bar, Cameron’s two areas of specialisation are health law and administrative law.
In the area of health law, Cameron has a particular focus upon advising and appearing for doctors, colleges, and hospitals in disciplinary proceedings, inquests, and other inquiries, and on appeal.
Cameron advises and appears in general administrative law proceedings from Tribunals to the High Court, and in both State and Federal courts.
Cameron is a member of the Administrative Law Committee of the Law Council of Australia, is an advocacy instructor for the NSW Bar Association, and has given numerous presentations and written papers in the areas of health and administrative law.
- Categories of Judicial Review
- How to determine error in administrative decisions
- Judicial Review of NCAT decisions
- Representing health professionals at inquests
- Some approaches to statutory interpretation
- A new concept of ‘legal unreasonableness’
- The importance of statutory interpretation of judicial review
- When is it OK for a decision maker to change their mind
- Working with inquisitorial tribunals, suggestions for reform