Season 1 Episode 3: Make Yourself Indispensable (Brian Cameron Pt. 2)

The third episode of “Exhibit Eh” begins with the continuation of Brian Cameron’s in-studio interview with Charles and Harrison (1:14-29:32). Topics addressed in the remainder of the conversation include time/task management, morning arrivals at the office, public perceptions of the personal injury law industry, changes that should be made to improve said industry, Brian’s advice for young professionals looking to get hired back, his outlook on lawyers’ personal lives vs. their social lives, and a rapid-fire Q&A series to wrap things up. To conclude the show, Oatley Vigmond Digital Media Coordinator Connor Nielen introduces a new podcast segment, “Rough Drafts” (29:59-44:03). Please visit @ExhibitEhPod on Twitter to cast your vote for the first winner and stay tuned for more throughout Season 1! The material and content provided on “Exhibit Eh”: The Oatley Vigmond Podcast is for general information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.

About the Authors

For Charles, practising personal injury law allows him to serve and empower individuals to overcome some of the most challenging times of their lives. His devotion to service is what motivates him to achieve the best possible outcome for his clients.

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Harrison is drawn to personal injury litigation because of its ability to make a positive impact on the lives of clients and their loved ones. Prior to joining Oatley Vigmond in 2017, Harrison gained valuable insight into personal injury litigation from the defence perspective at a leading Toronto law firm. This experience has provided him with a unique viewpoint, allowing him to help his clients achieve the best possible results.

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Brian Cameron joined Oatley Vigmond in 1999 after obtaining his law degree from Western University. Beginning his journey in an articling position, fresh out of law school, the first case he argued in court was a small claim’s trial for the firm’s then-senior partner, who was suing a dry cleaner who’d lost three of his dress shirts. Brian won that action for $285 plus costs, and has been with the OV team ever since. He became a partner in 2008.

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