Cameron Stewart is an Professor and Director of the Centre for Health Governance, Law and Ethics at Sydney Law School and Adjunct Professor at the Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, Sydney Medical School. He has degrees in economics, law and jurisprudence. He has worked in the Supreme Court of New South Wales and has practiced commercial law at Phillips Fox Lawyers. His previous appointment was at Macquarie Law School, where he spent 10 years, the last of which as Dean.
Cameron has worked on a number of projects for NSW Health, the NSW Guardianship Tribunal, the Office of Public Guardian and Alzheimer’s Australia. His current projects include studies on umbilical cord blood banking, direct to consumer advertising, guardianship law and consent to high risk medical procedures