Robin Junger advises clients on a range of environmental, Aboriginal and administrative/regulatory law matters. His clients include corporations, industry associations, government and First Nations. Robin has also served as a Deputy Minister in the British Columbia government, responsible for various areas including energy, mines, petroleum resources, clean technology and environmental assessment. He also previously served as Chief Treaty Negotiator for the Province of BC and Chair of the Oil and Gas Commission. Throughout his career, Robin has advised and trained many statutory decision-makers, independent tribunals and Officers of the Legislature, and he was integrally involved in the development of some of British Columbia's most significant environmental and public health legislation. He presently advises clients on a wide range of permitting and compliance issues, as well as First Nation engagement and dispute settlement. Robin holds law degrees from University of British Columbia and Harvard, has clerked for the British Columbia Court of Appeal and has taught both public and private international law at the University of Victoria.
Updated March 2022