Professeur à temps partiel
Courriel à l'Université d'Ottawa : firstname.lastname@example.org
(Biographie en cours de traduction)
Alex Ikejiani is a Certified Specialist in Environmental Law by Law Society of Ontario and works for the Department of Justice Canada in Ottawa. The primary focus of his work has been in the areas of environmental law, regulatory prosecution, oceans and resource management law. In the course of his work, Mr. Ikejiani has worked closely with the other government departments to enforce the compliance of federal environmental laws. Mr. Ikejiani has been the lead counsel on a number of federal regulatory initiatives, including the drafting of eight federal regulations designating Marine Protected Areas under the Oceans Actwhich protect and conserve vast portions of Canada’s oceans. Mr. Ikejiani has been a sessional lecturer at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, since 2003 and has also lectured with the Institute of the Environment, Faculty of Science. In 2016, he was appointed as an Adjunct Professor of Environmental Law with University of Ottawa. He is also the co-instructor for the Willms & Shier Environmental Moot Court at the University of Ottawa. Mr. Ikejiani is a contributing author to the book entitled Environment in the Courtroom. He is also a member of the Board of Directors with Learning for a Sustainable Future, a non-profit organization dedicated to integrate environmental sustainability into Canada’s education system. Mr. Ikejiani is a practicing member of the Ontario Law Society, Nova Scotia Bar Society (non-practicing), and Nunavut Law Society (non-practicing).
- DCC3107 - Environmental Law