Partner with extensive experience in all aspects of environmental, energy and Aboriginal law, including strategic advice on environmental and social impact assessments and environmental approvals; First Nations engagement, impact and benefits agreements; climate change; contaminated sites; and environmental class actions. Emphasis on advising on the impact of environmental, energy and Aboriginal law on real estate, business and lending transactions, securities offerings and disclosures, infrastructure, energy and natural resource projects. Writes and speaks on environmental, energy and Aboriginal law issues, including First Nations engagement, renewable energy approvals and redevelopment of brownfields. Public Affairs Liaison, Environmental Law Section, OBA. Past Chair, National Environmental, Energy and Resource Law Section, CBA. Certified by The Law Society of Upper Canada as a Specialist in Environmental Law. Recognized as a leading environmental lawyer in Chambers Global; Expert Guides' Guide to the World's Leading Women in Business Law and The Best of the Best as one of the world’s top 30 leading environmental lawyers; The Legal 500: Canada; Who's Who Legal: Environmental Lawyers; The Best Lawyers in Canada; and several Lexpert® guides and directories. Ontario Bar, 1993.