100 King St W, Suite 1600, 1 First Cdn Pl, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1994 (ON); 2011 (Nunavut); 2016 (Yukon); 2017 (NWT)
Adam Chamberlain is a partner in Gowling WLG’s Toronto office and leader of the firm’s national Climate Change and Environmental Law Group. Certified by the LSO as a Specialist in Environmental Law and Indigenous Legal Issues (Corporate and Commercial), issues that Adam regularly addresses include climate change, GHG and other emissions regulation and transactions, impact assessment, defense of environmental prosecutions, corporate–commercial and other relationships involving Indigenous-owned and operated entities, natural resource regulation, and related business relationships, as well as litigation related to and arising from aspects of his practice. Adam’s work is geographically diverse. He is a member of the Bar in all three of Canada’s territories as well as Ontario. Sectors in which he has experience include waste management, energy (renewable generation, distribution, and transmission), mining, infrastructure development, water and wastewater, contaminated land management, as well as municipal infrastructure. Adam’s clients have included Indigenous organizations, governments, government agencies, and private companies. He has been recognized in Chambers Global, Chambers Canada, The Canadian Legal Lexpert®Directory, and The Best Lawyers in Canada, among other publications.