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Camille Cameron

LLM – Cambridge University, UK – 1992
LLB – University of New Brunswick, Canada – 1981
BA – Political Science – Saint Mary’s University, Canada – 1978

Camille Cameron is a Professor at the Law School at the University of Melbourne. She was the Associate Dean (Undergraduate Studies) from 2003 to 2005. Professor Cameron obtained degrees in Arts and Law in Canada, where she also practiced law for 10 years as a trial lawyer specializing in civil litigation.

In 1992, she obtained an LLM from the University of Cambridge and took up a full-time teaching position in Hong Kong. The subjects she has taught include Civil Procedure, Civil Trial Practice, Negotiation Skills, Advocacy and Dispute Resolution.

She has worked as a consultant for the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, and the International Human Rights Law Group on projects related to legal and judicial training and reform. Her areas of expertise are in Alternative Dispute Resolution, Comparative Law, International Dispute Resolution, Law Reform in Developing Countries and Litigation.

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