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New dean followed circuitous route to Windsor Law

A straight line from Melbourne to Windsor is about 16,000 km, but the route Camille Cameron has taken from the beginning of her legal career in Halifax to the University of Melbourne and now dean of Windsor Law is a much greater distance, says a profile in the February 2012 issue of the Ontario Bar Association’s publication, Briefly Speaking.

The article, by Windsor Law alumnus J. Andrew Sprague, describes Cameron’s journey from her Nova Scotia home through 20 years of teaching and consulting in Asia and Australia before returning to Canada to take up her current post in January.

Read the full article in the February 2012 issue of Briefly Speaking on the bar association’s Web site.

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