Christie’s practice focuses on energy and infrastructure projects, with a particular emphasis on public-private partnerships and Indigenous partnerships. She advises clients on commercial, regulatory and environmental aspects of project development, including climate change risk mitigation. Christie represents government authorities, Indigenous partnerships, private developers and lenders in project development and implementation across Canada.
Christie is fluent in French.
The Law of Climate Change in Canada
Co-author, Canada Law Book
Country Report - Canada
Yearbook of International Environment Law, Vol. 23(1), 24(1) and 25(1)
American Bar Association - Year in Review: Climate Change, Sustainable Development and Ecosystems
In 2009 and 2010, Christie represented the Canadian Bar Association at the 15th and 16th Conferences of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.She also worked with the organization Islands First to assist Pacific Small Island Developing States in the negotiations.
Christie is Chair of the Board of Directors of Teach For Canada, a non-profit organization that partners with Northern First Nations to help recruit, prepare and support outstanding teachers.