The advice which Cameron provides both in writing and in person, is second to none.
Cameron is down to earth which always appeals to clients and it is a pleasure to work with him.
Cameron will always advise without fuss and in such a way which is accessible to my client.
Cameron specialises in property, social housing and private client matters with particular expertise in landlord and tenant and contentious probate.
Cameron has a busy advisory practice and frequently appears in the High Court and County Courts in trials and applications and the First-Tier Tribunal dealing with service charge and land registration matters. In addition to court, Cameron has a budding ADR practice and is regularly instructed to represent clients at mediation and other forms of ADR.
Away from chambers, Cameron is an active conservationist with a particular interest in elephant conservation and he currently serves as an executive board member of Save the Asian Elephants. Cameron is also very involved in FreeBar an LGBT+ organisation established by Hardwicke along with other leading chambers which aims to promote diversity and inclusivity of LGBT+ members and staff at the Bar.
Contentious Probate & Inheritance Act Claims
Trusts including TOLATA
Commercial Landlord & Tenant
Leasehold & Leasehold Management
Real Property & Mortgages
Trusts of Land
- Property Bar Association
- Social Housing Law Association
- Chancery Bar Association
- London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association
- Contentious Trusts Association
- Lexis PSL Contributing Author – Property and Social Housing
- Bar Pro Bono Unit
- LLB Hons, 1st Class (Durham University, St Mary’s College)
- Bar Professional Training Course, Outstanding (Northumbria University, Newcastle)
- Major Exhibition Award BPTC, Inner Temple
- Dean’s Award, Northumbria University
Cameron is committed to improving equality and diversity at the Bar and is one of the founding members of FreeBar, an LGBT+ organisation established by Hardwicke along with other leading chambers which aims to promote diversity and inclusivity of LGBT+ members and staff at the Bar. In addition to this, Cameron regularly attends events held by Stonewall and Freehold, the networking forum for LGBT+ members of the real estate sector.
Cameron is heavily involved in Chambers’ CSR activities and assists with the Through the Looking Glass programme, Tower Hamlets Education & Business Partnership and LLST events. In addition to this, Cameron regularly contributes to events and publications for those seeking to join the profession including a recent ‘how to make it as a barrister’ event held by Legal Cheek and various webinars for Thomson Reuters.
Cameron is also a committed member of the Bar Pro Bono Unit and has taken on a number of pro bono matters since joining chambers.