Robin Junger advises clients on environmental, Aboriginal and administrative law matters. He is recognized for integrating all aspects of a client's interests – legal, business and social – and finding practical solutions to complex problems. Robin is a Harvard Law School graduate and one of only three Canadian lawyers ranked in both the areas of environmental and Aboriginal law by Chambers Global - The World's Leading Lawyers for Business. He is also ranked by Lexpert® as one of Canada's leading Infrastructure Lawyers. Prior to joining McMillan, Robin served as British Columbia's Deputy Minister of Energy, Mines & Petroleum Resources and Deputy Minister of Energy and Clean Technology. He also served as head of the BC Environmental Assessment Office, Chair of the BC Oil & Gas Commission and a Chief Treaty Negotiator for the Province of BC. He was integrally involved in the development of some of BC's most significant environmental legislation, including the Environmental Management Act and the Clean Energy Act.