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Dentons Rodyk wins two awards at the Asian Legal Business (ALB) Southeast Asia Law Awards 2017
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Caitlin Graham is an associate in Dentons’ regulatory practice group in Calgary with a growing practice in energy regulation, environmental law, and aboriginal law. Caitlin joined the firm in 2011 as a summer student.
Caitlin has acted as co-counsel in regulatory proceedings and assists clients and senior legal counsel with National Energy Board hearings involving facility, export, tolling, and tariff applications; Alberta Utilities Commission hearings involving facility applications, review and variance proceedings, and rule proceedings; and Surface Rights Board hearings in respect of matters relating to energy development. She also assists senior legal counsel with review applications and appeals in relation to National Energy Board and Alberta Utilities Commission decisions. Caitlin routinely provides advice relating to Aboriginal law, environmental law, and compliance issues arising under provincial and federal legislation.
Caitlin was seconded to a major energy company in Calgary. During that time, Caitlin provided advice regarding a National Energy Board toll hearing, challenges to National Energy Board decisions, emergency response plans, and ongoing project and operational compliance matters.
As a law student at the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University, Caitlin spent a semester abroad studying international law at the National University of Singapore.
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