Andrew Roman is a recently retired litigation lawyer who has presented at all levels of court and at the Supreme Court of Canada from 1973 to 2017. He has also advised and represented clients before numerous administrative tribunals on regulatory matters involving energy and environmental issues.
As a partner for 25 years in a major national law firm until his retirement, Mr. Roman’s clients included governments and business corporations in Canada, Europe, and Japan. His work included international trade, competition law (mergers and trade practices), and several domestic and international class actions (including defending Walkerton).
Mr. Roman is the author of more than 90 published legal articles and a book, and taught as an adjunct faculty member at four Canadian law schools. His blog is at andrewromanviews.blog.