Don Cameron Awarded the University of Toronto 2020 Arbor Award

November 12, 2020

Congratulations to Don Cameron who was awarded the University of Toronto 2020 Arbor Award for his contribution to the experience of U of T students, faculty, staff and alumni. Don is an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, teaching Patent and Trade Secret law at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Don has taught the Patent and Trade Secrets Law course at the Faculty of Law for over 25 years and surveys intellectual property courses at other law schools, to ensure that U of T’s intellectual property curriculum remains unmatched in Canada. Don has written widely on IP topics and has spoken frequently at the Faculty of Law’s annual Patent Colloquium since 2014.  – University of Toronto


About the Arbor Awards

The Arbor Awards are the University of Toronto’s highest honour in recognition of exceptional and longstanding volunteer service. Arbor Award recipients epitomize the very best of U of T. Their volunteer contributions help elevate every facet of university life—from opening new horizons for our students to championing the work of our scholars and scientists.

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