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Areas of expertise: Energy Regulation, Aboriginal and International Trade Law
Kerrie Blaise joined the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) after completing her articles with the Environment and Land Tribunals Ontario in 2016.
She has a JD (2015) from Osgoode Hall Law School and was visiting student at the Allard Hall Law School at the University of British Columbia, as part of its inaugural global resource and environmental law program.
Kerrie’s background in ecological science, with an MSc from the University of Edinburgh, and Bachelor of Environmental Studies from York University, informs her case and law reform work at CELA, which includes environmental assessments for radioactive waste repositories and source water protection projects with First Nation communities.
Kerrie is also the co-founder of the Northern Ontario-based Ontario Wildlands Conservancy and sits on a number of boards, including the Endangered Ecosystems Alliance and Ghost Bear Institute.