Principal Lawyer

Cameron Myers is a versatile litigator who has worked on high-profile, large-scale matters in Australia and the United Kingdom.

His group litigation experience includes bushfire litigation, financial advice and product claims, employment disputes and industrial disease cases. He also has a wealth of common law personal injury litigation experience most recently having acted for UK survivors of the drug thalidomide.

Prior to joining Phi Finney McDonald, Cameron was an Associate in the London Group Litigation and Melbourne Class Actions departments of a large plaintiff law firm.

Cameron focuses on progressing the firm’s litigation projects through the production of high quality legal work, while also playing an active role in the supervision and professional development of the firm’s junior lawyers and paralegal teams.


  • LLB, BA, Monash University
  • GDLP, College of Law

Legal Publications

  • Noah Wortman, Ben Phi and Cameron Myers, ‘Competing class actions: will certification stymie the competition?’ (2018) 31(4) Commercial Law Quarterly, 34