Radha D. Curpen
Radha D. Curpen
Managing Partner at Bennett Jones LLP
(604) 891-5158
(604) 618-6654
666 Burrard St, Suite 2500, Park Place, Vancouver, BC
Year called to bar: 1986 (MB); 1999 (ON); 2007 (New York); 2016 (BC)
As managing partner of the Bennett Jones Vancouver office and co-head of the firm’s Environmental Law and Aboriginal Law practices, and with over 30 years of legal and advisory experience, Radha specializes in providing strategic counsel to clients related to the environment, First Nations, wider ESG matters, gender equity issues, and the handling, transportation, and remediation of hazardous materials. Radha’s areas of focus include regulatory compliance, integration of an ESG framework into corporate strategy and benchmarking, proactive assessment and management of environmental and other risks, avoidance and defence of environmental litigation, carbon taxes and emissions standards, crisis prevention and management, corporate social responsibility, mitigation of business disruptions, and reputation management. Radha has served on numerous corporate, non-profit, and governmental Boards of Directors, co-authored scholarly work on Indigenous Rights for the American Bar Association, and serves on the Board of Governors of the Business Council of British Columbia and as Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors of the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade. She was awarded the 2020 Women in Law Leadership (WILL) Stronger Together Award.
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