Cam Rempel

Cameron Rempel


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Cameron’s experience across Canadian jurisdictions gives him unique perspective and the ability to represent a broad range of clients. His tenacity, strategic insight and business-minded approach to litigation deliver results.
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Cameron maintains a diverse litigation practice focused on commercial disputes and matters involving fraud, conspiracy, defamation, civil sexual assault, professional liability and employment law. He has acted at all stages of administrative, arbitration and court proceedings — appearing at trial and appellate courts across Canada and before administrative tribunals including the British Columbia Securities Commission, the Insurance Councils Appeal Board of Alberta and the Ontario Labour Relations Board.

Cameron obtained his law degree from Queen's University Faculty of Law and completed a Master of Public Administration alongside international business law and commercial arbitration certificates. An avid moot competitor, he was recognized as a top oralist at the John H. Jackson Moot Court Competition in Geneva, Switzerland. After law school, Cameron clerked for six Justices of the Supreme Court of British Columbia and practiced at a litigation boutique in downtown Vancouver.

Cameron is dedicated to engaging with and bettering the legal profession. He contributes to law reform initiatives with the Canadian Bar Association and sits on the Policy Committee, which assists with developing policy priorities and providing recommendations to the government on proposed and existing legislation.

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  • Member, The Advocates’ Society
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association Policy Committee
  • Member, Ontario Bar Association

Bar Admissions

  • Ontario, 2021
  • British Columbia, 2018


  • Supreme Court of British Columbia (Justices Abrioux, DeWitt-Van Oosten, Gerow, Kent, Murray and Basran)


  • JD/MPA, Queen’s University, 2017
  • BSc (Honours), University of Alberta, 2013