Year called to bar: 2005 (ON); 2005 (AB); 2008 (BC)
Selina Lee-Andersen is a senior environmental lawyer with in-depth experience and leading industry insights that enable her to provide clients with practical advice to address their most challenging legal issues. Having worked in an advisory capacity in both the public and private sectors, Selina is well positioned to deliver innovative legal solutions to organizations and value-added guidance on the opportunities and impacts of regulatory developments on their operations. Clients value Selina's ability to understand the business environment in which they operate and to tailor legal solutions best suited to meet their needs. Selina is an experienced lawyer in the areas of environmental law, Aboriginal law, and regulatory matters. In addition, she regularly advises clients on commercial issues relating to mergers and acquisitions, financing transactions, and procurement processes. Selina also specializes in climate change law, where she provides strategic counsel to clients on matters relating to carbon offset systems, emissions trading, regulatory compliance, and clean technologies. Selina is widely published on a range of environmental issues, including contaminated sites, natural resource management, climate change policy, and carbon transactions.