Cameron Gunn QC

Part-time Instructor

Law, Faculty of

Ludlow Hall

Fredericton

cameron.gunn@unb.ca
1 506 440 6705



Cameron is the Executive Director of Prosecutions with Public Prosecution Services of New Brunswick. Prior to his current position, he was the Director of Specialized Prosecutions and the Appeals and Education Counsel. His attempt to live Ben Franklin’s 13 virtues was chronicled in BEN & ME: From Temperance to Humility – Stumbling Through Ben Franklin’s Thirteen Virtues, One Unvirtuous Day at a Time, released by Perigee Press in September 2010.

He has also written for Reader’s Digest and Ben Franklin Circles, a joint venture of Stanford University, the Hoover Foundation and Y92. He is a longtime faculty member the National Criminal Law Program.

Courses taught

  • Law 3801 The Prosecution and Defence of Homicide (2016, 2017)
  • Law 1500 Criminal Law (2017)

Selected publications

BEN & ME: From Temperance to Humility – Stumbling Through Ben Franklin’s Thirteen Virtues, One Unvirtuous Day at a Time, Perigee Press, September 2010.