Bernard J. Roth
Bernard J. Roth
Partner at Dentons Canada LLP
(403) 268-6888
(403) 268-3100
850 2nd St SW, Fl 15, Bankers Crt, Calgary, AB
Year called to bar: 1989 (AB)
Bernie practises in Dentons' Energy Regulatory practice group in Calgary. His experience in this area has focused on administrative law. In 1991–92, Bernard completed a Master of Laws degree at Columbia University. Since 1993, he has been a member of the Firm's Energy, Regulatory and Environmental Law practice groups, where he has worked on numerous energy projects. This experience has included appearances before the Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Board, the Alberta Utilities Commission, the British Columbia Utilities Commission, the National Energy Board and various levels of courts on appeal and judicial review matters concerning these regulatory tribunals, as well as the Alberta Environmental Appeal Board and the Natural Resources Conservation Board. Bernie is repeatedly recognized by key legal publications as a leading lawyer in Energy, Environment and Aboriginal Law.
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