Cameron Somerville

Cameron has completed the first two years of his Juris Doctor program at the University of Toronto. During his second year, he competed in the Callaghan Memorial Moot, served as a bench clerk for the UofT Grand Moot, and coached first years in the Stewart Cup Moot. Cameron was also the Vice-President Events of the UofT Litigation Association. Cameron obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of British Columbia where his undergraduate thesis won the award for best undergraduate economics thesis and went on to be published in the Berkeley Economic Review.


Community Involvement

  • UofT Litigation Association, Vice-President Events
  • UofT Moot Court Committee, Grand Moot Bench Clerk
  • David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights, 1L Working Group Member
  • UofT Legal Hacker, 1L Researcher

Speaking and Writing

Published Work

  • Moot Case R v Tim, Callaghan Memorial Moot Team, Toronto, March 25, 2022
  • Moot Case R v Williams, Cassels Brock Cup, Toronto, March 27, 2021
  • What Variables Predict Your Water Consumption?, Stanford Economics Symposium, Stanford, CA, March 20, 2021
  • Variables Impacting Water Demand for Residents of the New York City Housing Authority, Berkeley Economic Review, Volume X, Fall 2020

Credentials

Education

  • University of Toronto, J.D. (2023)
  • University of British Columbia, B.A. (2020)

Languages

  • English
  • French