Mr. Camp advises Crown ministries, Crown corporations, utilities, railways, mining, oil & gas and other resource companies, and developers, on First Nations issues. He assists in negotiating impact benefit agreements and other agreements with First Nations. He practised corporate and real estate law before turning full time to Aboriginal law in 1990. Mr. Camp has negotiated agreements with First Nations in relation to mining, liquefied natural gas, pipeline, port, real estate, transportation, and infrastructure projects. Guest speaker at seminars and conferences with professional groups. Member of BLG’s Environmental, Municipal, Expropriation and Regulatory Group.Martindale-Hubbell BV peer review rating. Received BA from the University of Toronto in 1973. Before law school he worked as a reporter and editorial page writer for the Montreal Gazette. Received law degree from the University of Cambridge in 1979 and LLB from Dalhousie University Law School in 1980. Called to the British Columbia Bar in 1981.