Cameron joined Bolt Burdon Kemp in October 2022 as a paralegal in the military claims team, where he works with seriously injured Service personnel. He assists in a wide spectrum of military claims, including those involving training accidents, harassment and clinical negligence. He enjoys working with Service personnel as each client presents with a unique set of circumstances in their claim, and each one will have a different solution.
Cameron studied Anthropology at Durham University and graduated in 2021. After graduating from university, Cameron studied and obtained a Graduate Diploma in Law from BPP University in 2022 as the first step towards a career in law. Cameron’s ambition to pursue a legal career, making a difference to individuals and changing their lives for the better, led him to his current role at Bolt Burdon Kemp. Litigation can be a difficult and stressful process, and Cameron strives to deliver the highest calibre of client care, ensuring that his clients receive the right advice and representation. Cameron is diligent and pragmatic, and is always willing to put in the extra work required to ensure the best outcome for his clients.
Cameron will start the Legal Practice Course in 2023 with the eventual aim of qualifying as a solicitor.