Edmonton Lawyer Meaghan Conroy on Panel to Discuss Changes to Federal Energy Regulation

On Thursday, January 23, Edmonton lawyer Meaghan Conroy will present as part of a panel in Calgary: “From National Energy Board To Canadian Energy Regulator: Meeting the Practical Challenges Of Federal Energy Regulation.

The panel is sponsored by the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Law and the Canadian Energy Law Foundation.

Other panellists:

Philip Bryden, Professor, Faculty Of Law, University Of Alberta

George Vegh, Head, Energy Regulation Practice, McCarthy Tétrault and Vice-chair Canadian Energy Regulator

Ramona Salamucha, Senior Regulatory Counsel, Enbridge Pipelines

Terri-Lee Oleniuk, Partner, Blakes

About Meaghan Conroy

Meaghan advises First Nation and Métis communities with issues related to natural resource extraction, land development and other environmental matters. She has argued before the Supreme Court of Canada, the Federal Court of Appeal, the Alberta Court of Appeal and the Court of Queen’s Bench. She has also participated in proceedings and provided advice in relation to matters before the Alberta Energy Regulator, the National Energy Board, the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency, the Alberta Utilities Commission, Alberta’s Natural Resources Conservation Board, the Métis Settlements Appeal Tribunal and other administrative tribunals.

She also advises Indigenous communities and organizations on constitutional issues, appeals, Specific Claims, as well as governance issues.