Jamie Cameron is now Professor Emeritus, having retired in January 2020 from Osgoode Hall Law School, where she was a full-time member of faculty since 1984. Over the years, she has taught and written widely on a variety of constitutional and public law issues, including the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, freedom of expression and the press, US constitutional law, judicial biography, and criminal law. She has extensive publication and editorial experience, including the Board of Editors for Ontario Reports (since 1990); she is a past editor in chief of Osgoode Hall Law Journal and an editor or co-editor of more than twelve books. Her professional service includes the Board of Directors and Advisory Board for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (for over 25 years), BC Civil Liberties Association, Centre for Free Expression, and Harry Crowe Foundation. She is now a member of the Ontario Review Board (since 2013) and Nunavut Review Board (since 2018), both of which are adjudication boards dealing with mentally disordered criminal offenders.