Cameron Jean Charles Shamsabad, LLB, GDLP, LLM, MALP, SJD (candidate)
(Graduate Student)

Bond University


constitutional law, administrative law, public law, jurisprudence, legal theory, originalism constituitonal theory, individualist anarchism, legal and political philosophy, libertarian theory

About Me

Lawyer based in Sydney, Australia. I graduated from Western Sydney University with a Bachelor of Laws, and completed my Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice at the College of Law (Sydney). I have completed the Master of Administrative Laws & Policy at the University of Sydney.

I also completed an LLM (U.S. Law) at George Mason University.

I am currently undertaking a SJD at Bond University. 

I was the winner of the CEFA Governor-General's Prize in 2018-19, receiving the George Winterton Cup for my academic piece arguing for retention of the Australian Senate on originalist grounds. In 2019 I was also a winner of the Samuel Griffith Society's 'John Nethercote' Prize, and in 2018, Miller & Knights 'Next top Lawyer' competition. 


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