Brenden practises regulatory, Indigenous and environmental law. Frequently appearing before regulatory tribunals, Brenden has extensive experience in contested matters, providing representation and assistance to clients in developing and defending applications. Brenden acts for and advises applicants on electrical transmission facilities, renewable energy projects, including hydro, solar and wind farm projects, telecom and oil and gas projects and pipelines. Brenden assists regulated utilities with their rate related applications, including rate design and tariff applications. Brenden is a member of Saddle Lake Cree Nation. With significant experience engaging with Indigenous groups in Canada from coast to coast, advising on Indigenous consultation issues and negotiates and drafts agreements for clients, including impact-benefit, consultation capacity, environmental and traditional knowledge/land use agreements. Appearing before the Alberta Utilities Commission, Alberta Energy Regulator, Manitoba Clean Environment Commission, BC Utilities Commission, BC Environmental Appeal Board and National Energy Board, Brenden has appeared before all level of Courts in Alberta, the BC Court of Appeal and Federal Court of Appeal. Brenden sits on the Board of Governors of Athabasca University.