B.A. (Hons) University of Oxford

Dip. L.P. The City University, London

Bar Vocational Course, City University

Member of the Bar of England and Wales (non-practising)

Special interests


Land Law

Planning and Environmental

Public law, including judicial review and human rights


He has a general civil practice, with particular experience in employment law and public law (more recently appearing in several environmental/planning judicial reviews), as well as taking a personal interest in agricultural and crofting law.

Donald Cameron first qualified at the Bar of England & Wales in 2002 and completed pupillage at 11 KBW Chambers. He then transferred to the Faculty of Advocates and was called to the Scottish Bar in 2005, devilling to James Wolffe QC, Robert Milligan QC, and Thomas Ross.  He currently practises full-time in Scotland. He has appeared in the Court of Justice of the European Union, the Supreme Court, the Inner and Outer Houses of the Court of Session, the Employment Appeal Tribunal, the Scottish Land Court, and Sheriff Courts and employment tribunals throughout Scotland. He was appointed a Standing Junior Counsel to the Scottish Government in 2009, a position he holds to date.