Cameron has worked as a lawyer in the Commercial Litigation and Disputes team at Allens, a leading international law firm. He also undertook policy work for members of parliament, sat on the senate of the University of WA (UWA) for two years, assisted Teach for Australia with its recruitment efforts, and was the president of the UWA’s Student Guild.
Cameron holds Bachelors of Laws (Honours) and of Arts from UWA. He was admitted to the Supreme Court of WA and the High Court of Australia, and is qualified in the Duties and Responsibilities of the Not-For-Profit Director from the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He has also completed Courageous Conversations about Race: Cultural Competency Training at UWA.
Cameron is currently learning how to write Japanese Kanji and adopting a robot. He also often plays tennis, hikes and maintains a winning streak at his favourite board game.