Hugh Cameron receives Queen’s Counsel designation
Fredericton partner Hugh Cameron has been appointed Queen’s Counsel, as announced by the Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick, Brenda Murphy. Hugh joins 10 other recipients from across the province who demonstrate outstanding professional integrity, and have made great contributions to the practice of law and the community.
After graduating with a law degree from the University of New Brunswick, Hugh was called to the bar in 1990. His practice covers a variety of areas, including banking and finance, insolvency, insurance and general litigation.
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